Research from Rabobank suggests that market and mispercetions are pushing convenience foods' purchase...
Law to take effect next July would impact schools, colleges, hospitals and other institutions.
Twin Falls to take over the cafeteria program at Xavier Charter School.
Ohio school says it is first in state to receive Department of Health variance for the program.
Student in Howard County high school had led campaign for switch from polystyrene foam trays
Federal agency had considered banning juice over concerns about added sugar.
Dartmouth’s develops a new “hybrid” dining plan in response to complaints that the current system often left students on financial aid with extra costs.
Education group says opting for a college meal plan can save students money versus eating off campus.
Connecticut district won't receive state funding for providing healthier meals because foodservice department says state guidelines don't provide enough food for students...
Workers will no longer receive healthcare benefits as district looks for ways to meet Affordable Care Act rules.
Click through a Snapshots of all the recipes for the April 2014 issue. This month features seafood and pasta dishes.
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