| Source: The Colorado Observer
High schools are no longer part of the NSLP because of loss of revenue from Smart Snacks rules.
| Source: The Monitor
Executive chef Luis Espinoza shares the ins and outs of providing healthy and tasty hospital food to a variety of customers.
| Source: Chalkbeat Colorado
Denver district hopes to become a food hub; starts by taking produce others wouldn't accept...
| Source: Bradenton Herald
Manatee County School District's summer feeding bus provides meals for nearly 200 children each day...
| Source: The Charleston Gazette
With the help of the Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation, CAMA developed its Great Living Menu.
| Source: The Wall Street Journal
A recent survey by the Life Time Foundation shows that less than 6% of parents feel their children are receiving healthier meals.
| Source: USA Today
The group spent more than $105,000 on its case with Congress, which is up from $53,887 during the previous three months.
| Source: Time
About 70% of elementary students "generally like the new lunches," a study backed by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation shows...
| Source: RestaurantNews.com
This summer, Erbert & Gerbert’s Bistro will open three locations on campus and offer quick food items, such as sandwiches and soups.
| Source: AccessNorthGa.com
Under new USDA Smart Snacks rules, states can determine how many days districts can opt out of rules regarding fundraising.
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