Twenty-three colleges form partnership with EPA’S Food Recovery Challenge.
District cites federal regulations as requiring options, not as a choice.
District serves lunches with no utensils and compostable food.
Signage encourages students to separate waste instead of staff doing it behind the scene.
By eating foods marked with green label, Indiana woman improves health.
Police advise students to stay indoors whenever possible.
New Jersey agriculture received $62,000 federal grant to fund initiative.
Contractor served students while campus was closed.
Vacuum-sealed meals and dedicated prep areas among changes.
Survey says teachers think program causes mess and cuts into instructional time.
Chiles are a “hot” trend for 2014. Food lovers everywhere have a “growing obsession,” with both “sizzling heat” and the “surprisingly full-bodied fruity notes” of chiles.
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