| Source: Omaha.com
Martin Bros. Distributing Co. has agreed to pay $1.9 million to settle a lawsuit claim that it had a monopoly in the bidding process for distributing food at hundreds of Iowa schools for 14 years.
| Source: philly.com
Every student who attends a Philadelphia School District school is now eligible for free breakfast and lunch, officials announced Thursday.
| Source: The Packer
A new U.S. Department of Agriculture program is designed to boost local control of school food purchases this year.
| Source: BU Today
Coming soon to a dining hall near you: A mélange of new, authentically prepared Asian dishes.
| Source: The Daily Evergreen
WSU Dining Services christened September the “Month of Nutrition” and will offer several new cafeteria experiences for students to take part in.
| Source: The Detroit News
Healthier lunches full of leafy greens and whole grains will again be on menus in districts across Michigan when school opens Tuesday.
| Source: Montgomery Advertiser
A vendor that provides food services for Alabama State University contends in a letter to university trustees that president Gwendolyn Boyd's staff threatened to cancel the company's...
| Source: AL.com
University of Montevallo students who are tired of their on-campus eating options can spend their meal plan points at participating restaurants around town.
| Source: The Oklahoman
Kevin Ponce had not been on the job long when he had a chance encounter with a third-grader at Edwards Elementary School in northeast Oklahoma City.
| Source: syracuse.com
Fayetteville-Manlius has joined the list of school districts which have decided to opt out of the federal government's National School Lunch Program...
It’s hypocritical to take government money and then suggest, as one school official did, that the government should not expect accountability.
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A growing body of medical experts and researchers are saying childhood nutrition affects adult income earning potential.
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A recent survey of its members by the School Nutrition Association revealed that many operators are facing moderate to serious challenges in meeting the stricter nutritional requirements set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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