| Source: Becky Schilling
According to the USDA, new school meal standards will force school districts and states to absorb $1.22 billion in new food, labor and administrative costs in fiscal year 2015.
| Source: West Hawaii Today
The Kauai County Council has unanimously passed a resolution urging state officials, parents and guardians to prevent students from going hungry at schools
| Source: Spotlightnews.com
Voorheesville schools were in the vanguard of districts opposing more strict federal school lunch program guidelines, but an ongoing operating deficit has forced the district back in line.
| Source: AZ Central
Two Chandler schools joined a new lunch program this year that caters restaurant meals directly to students.
| Source: Technician Online
Since its implementation this spring, the Pizza Box Composting Project created by NC State Waste Reduction and Recycling has composted about 3,789 pizza boxes to date and shows no signs of slowing...
| Source: The Gazette
The choice between a plain bagel and one with cream cheese, so innocuous to millions of Americans every morning, gave athletics compliance officials fits when straddling the line between NCAA...
| Source: The Miami Student
First Stop, the all-day breakfast restaurant at MapleStreet Station and in the West Lobby of Harris Dining Hall, is the only dining facility on campus that has students order and pay on iPads.
| Source: Megan Warmouth
Forget the traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner mealtimes. Today’s on-the-go college students would rather snack, a Y-Pulse consumer study conducted in September 2014 finds.
| Source: The Alestle
Trouble struck Dining Services this year, with too few staff and too many hours, Morris University Center Director Joseph Pearson said.
| Source: Capital Press
The Idaho State Department of Agriculture will use a $18,000 federal grant to conduct four events around the state designed to increase the amount of local food being included in school menus.
Tennessee has passed a bill opponents are calling ‘starve the children’, which allows school boards to opt out of the National Food Lunch Program without penalty from the state.
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A former cafeteria worker at Keystone Oaks School District in Pittsburgh, Penn., could serve up to one year in jail after pleading guilty to stealing more than $90,000 from students’ meal accounts.
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