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The format, launched by dining company Eurest, offers small-portion options as well as fresh produce for at-home meal preparation.
Former foodservice director Marilyn Volden will take on the role.
Dalene Bowden, who was allegedly let go for serving a lunch to a student with no money, will not return to Pocatello-Chubbuck School District.
Upon state board approval, the $15 wage will start phasing in as soon as February.
The funds will help alleviate food insecurity at schools in southern Arkansas.
The honor went to an 11-year veteran whose signatures include a feedback mechanism on student menus.
Students will have more of a say of what’s on their menus.
A food fight is happening at Oberlin College over dishes deemed insensitive.
Daniel Giusti’s new company, Brigaid, will renovate school kitchens and staff them with professional chefs.
The six-week program teaches students about health, nutrition and how to prepare nutritious meals.

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