| Source: WLFI
Over the past two years the USDA has implemented strict guidelines in an effort to make school lunches more healthy, and they are about to get more strict.
| Source: NYDailyNews.com
A whopping 56% of schools have started serving lunch by 11 a.m., according to an analysis of Education Department records by WNYC's SchoolBook.org website and the Daily News...
| Source: The Harvard Crimson
The online ordering system now accepts weekly orders for bagged meals instead of having students complete the order form each time.
| Source: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Fairbanks Memorial Hospital remodeled its cafe last year, making healthy changes that help cafe patrons and the community.
| Source: KGW
Prepackaged peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will stay on the menu at Portland’s Beverly Cleary school, despite a push to make the school peanut-free.
| Source: Chicago Tribune
By offering lots of menu choices — including soda — in cafeterias in Glenbrook High School District 225, officials hope students will stay in for lunch and boost the meals program.
| Source: HealthDay
Nearly six in 10 students at an Oregon university could not afford to get enough healthy food at one point in the school year, a problem that threatens their school performance as well as their...
| Source: Kentucky.com
The University of Kentucky plans to privatize its dining services, with the larger goal of bringing in millions of dollars for new dining facilities on campus.
| Source: The Diamondback
More than two years after Dining Services introduced a reusable takeout container, more students than ever are choosing the more sustainable option instead of the standard white disposable containers.
| Source: BU Today
Trying to stem an outsized flow of Chinese students to off-campus housing, the University is adding 15 Chinese dishes to its monthly residential dining menus.
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