| Source: KSHB
The Kansas City Health Department had cited foodservice provider Aramark for safety violations in 2014, when inspectors found moldy food at concession stands during baseball playoff games.
| Source: The Morning Call
Healthy but unpopular lunches are costing cafeterias nationwide. One foodservice director has even vowed to write to Michelle Obama to voice her concerns.
| Source: KFSK
An Alaskan school district is considering implementing a stricter nutritional policy, one that would include making healthy foods cheaper than junk foods.
| Source: Paste
Large agricultural states such as California are lagging behind smaller, East Coast states in becoming part of the farm-to-school movement, according to a report from National Public Radio.
| Source: Times Union
One elementary school is moving leftover food from cafeteria tables to local farms, inviting farmers who need feed to pick up the school’s food scraps .
| Source: Pioneer Press
Students at a Chicago-area high school designed their ideal salads, then saw their artwork become conversation pieces on the cafeteria wall.
| Source: Tech Times
The 2015 MLB season welcomes fans to a plethora of new ballpark food monstrosities. Check out photos of some of the most outrageous concoctions.
| Source: The Diamondback
SaveOnEnergy.com took the top basketball schools in the nation, pitted them against each other bracket-style, and crowned the “Nation’s Greenest University.”
| Source: Medical Daily
CDC official says that school lunches that meet federal nutrition guidelines can reduce students’ sodium intake by 400 milligrams per day.
Thanks to a new long-term contract with Chartwells, a Michigan university is planning a $3.5 million food court renovation and expansion.
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