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Granville High School senior Chris Carlson is spearheading a project to raise tilapia in an aqua farm inside a school greenhouse.
Not only do Twin Lakes Elementary School students grow and harvest fresh produce in their ‘food forest’ for lunch, they also take home items weekly.
NIU’s student-run restaurant Ellington’s features seasonal and locally sourced food not just because it’s trendy, but also because it makes good business sense.
A replacement foodservice vendor will be hired by the time lawmaker’s return in January for the 2016 session, officials say.
The Children’s Hospital will open its new Forest kitchen in the fall of 2016, which will offer made-to-order menus.
Loyola Marymount University’s new food truck, the Hungry Lion, rolls out in a few weeks and will serve up a number of items, including Hawaiian pork, and avocado mac and cheese bowls.
The staff at Anderson University said they wanted to provide stability for themselves, as the university often changes foodservice vendors.
Perrymont Elementary School officials say disciplinary referrals have dropped 32 percent since the launch of an in-class breakfast program.
Mercy Medical Center’s Sacred Grounds Café says it’s getting good feedback from customers.
Students at Tates Creek High School in Lexington, Ky. can now opt for the “Creek Nation Smoothie Station” as a breakfast choice.

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