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Winsight, LLC will use its print, digital and event assets as new platforms for broadcasting insights from the research company, which will continue to operate under the Technomic name.
Parents are using social media to blast Athens Area School District’s new policy of refusing to serve lunch to middle and high school students with no money in hand or in their accounts.
Noting the possibility of a backlash, the Philadelphia City Council is holding off on legislation that would “kill” the mobile food community on Drexel University’s campus.
The university has invested in an eco-friendly waste disposal system that breaks down food waste from its dining halls, and turns it into treatable water, reducing the amount of trash sent to...
Farm Fresh’s new program “Harvest of the month” is set to get more locally-grown vegetables into Rhode Island schools, as well as show students where their food comes from.
Over the summer, foodservice provider Sodexo announced new late-night dining options and adjusted service hours at the request of University of North Alabama students.
A new study from the University of Vermont found that healthier school-nutrition standards are leading to more waste and reduced consumption of fruit and vegetables.
The director of child nutrition at Tahlequah Public Schools in Tahlequah, Okla., says if a child has a disability or needs specialty food prescribed by a doctor, the district will accommodate those...
Bowdoin College and New York’s Columbia University top The Daily Meal’s list of colleges for best food.
Lee County School District’s new 11,000-square-foot cafeteria has allowed the district to reduce its number of daily lunch periods and includes a concession stand to accommodate the nearby football...

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