05-29-2015 | Source: Concord Monitor
Faced with cutting more than $100,000 from this year’s budget, Henniker School board members have decided to outsource the school’s foodservices by hiring a management company, Cafe Services.
05-29-2015 | By Bianca N. Herron, Digital Editor
The university’s dining services will handle the alumni facility when it re-opens in downtown Boston.
05-29-2015 | Source: West Side Connect
A nearly $400,000 modernization of a California school’s cafeteria stretch to September, prompting school officials to put a food truck plan in place to serve students.
05-28-2015 | Source: Local News 8
After learning schools would have to raise lunch prices for a second time to meet federal guidelines, Idaho’s Madison School District said it may drop out of the National School Lunch Program. It is...
05-28-2015 | Source: Kentucky.com
Under a new agreement, UK will increase its purchase of beef from local producers to 30 head per week, from 3.
05-28-2015 | Source: Campus Reform
The school reversed its decision to remove a branded hummus from the cafeteria. A group of students had demanded the product be dropped because of allegations the supplier had connections to the...
05-28-2015 | Source: The Explorer
The options for dining at Splendido senior living center range from a cook-to-order café to an outdoor dining terrace to the formal Marbella, an upscale, chef-run dining venue featuring local...
05-27-2015 | Source: Enquirer Herald
Following Sodexo’s departure, Chartwells will provide meals for the South Carolina school district, which said the new company offers a lot of marketing ideas to encourage healthy eating among...
05-27-2015 | Source: Greenwich Time
A Connecticut school board said that although opting out of the program would cost the district close to $150,000 in federal reimbursements, it risked losing even more money by staying in and...
05-27-2015 | Source: North Denver Tribune
A Denver elementary school received grant money to help remodel its cafeteria to include a recycling and composting station, and to provide enhanced nutrition education.
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