| Source: Farm Futures
The department is providing $5 million for 82 projects aiming to foster connections between school cafeterias and local farmers.
| Source: Bennington Banner
The funds will expand farm-to-school programs throughout the state.
| Source: Genetic Literacy Project
Just when the backlash over first lady Michelle Obama’s school lunch menu leveled off, students in a handful of Twin Cities schools got a taste of what could be another controversial food fad.
| Source: KWTX-TV
Killeen ISD administrators hope move will improve quality, healthfulness of school meals.
| Source: Kiowa County Signal
KHERF cited hospital as one of the first in state to follow Healthy Kansas Hospitals Initiative.
| Source: The Maneater
The Missouri Students Association and the Residence Halls Association are working with Campus Dining Services to make three major improvements to the campus dining halls.
| Source: The Daily Tarheel
Children up to 6 years old can now eat at Top of Lenoir and Rams Head dining halls for a reduced rate.
| Source: Lansing State Journal
The Subway and Einstein Bros. Bagels chains have opened restaurants in the new food court. Pizza Hut and a Michigan-based company serving healthy fare will soon follow. Finishing touches are being...
| Source: SUNY Cortland
Starting in January, students will be able to try a brand-new residential dining facility, The Bistro Off Broadway, as well as purchase a redesigned meal plan that offers home-style meals and much...
| Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A Carnegie woman who worked in the Keystone Oaks High School cafeteria pleaded guilty today to stealing more than $90,000 from student accounts, court records show.
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