| 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.
| Source: The Morning Call
The hospital plans on growing 12 different veggies, including tomatoes, peppers and squash.
| Source: Seattle Pi
Last Friday, The White House treated 54 kid chefs to a "state dinner," which was hosted by the First Lady...
| Source: Mother Jones
Striding past samples of Pop Tarts and pizza and cookies, Jessica Shelly made a beeline for a booth selling individually packaged sliced fruits and veggies.
| Source: LiveScience
According to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, most children eat some fruits and veggies daily, but few eat dark green veggies.
Officials from both organizations express hope that there will be some resolution regarding disagreements over flexibility with regulations.
| Source: Dallas News
TCU’s cafeteria workers recently ratified their first union contract, and other workers in the region are considering unionization.
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