| Source: The University of Texas at Dallas
The campus community can expect not only more dining locations this fall, but more diversity in food choices, more healthy options and late-night offerings.
| Source: Newswise
Childhood obesity is a national issue and many communities have looked to their schools for help.
| Source: Pacific Business News
Kaiser Permanente Hawaii’s Moanalua Medical Center has been saving about $1.5 million a year in food costs.
| Source: The New York Times
The intricate workings of the muscles of her throat were failing, and she was no longer able to move food or liquids reliably into her stomach.
| Source: UB Reporter
In an effort to offer students a fresher and more authentic Mexican cuisine, Campus Dining and Shops (CDS) transformed Salsas in the Ellicott Complex into Guac and Roll. - See more at: http://www...
| Source: Athens Banner-Herald
The University of Georgia’s new Bolton Dining Commons has only been officially open a week, but it’s already setting records.
| Source: The Sacramento Bee
The pink cookie, once named as a best by Cleveland magazine, will no longer be offered because it doesn’t meet new nutritional guidelines.
| Source: The GW Hatchet
J Street will undergo its first venue changes in two years this semester, as the University replaces two Asian eateries with traditional American fare and closes the campus dining hall’s largest...
| Source: MLive Michigan
Grand Valley State University students returning to campus this week have a new spot to grab their meals.
| Source: Chalkbeat New York
Every year, teachers must cajole students into submitting family-income forms, which entitle needy students to subsidized lunches and many schools to federal funds.
Tennessee has passed a bill opponents are calling ‘starve the children’, which allows school boards to opt out of the National Food Lunch Program without penalty from the state.
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A former cafeteria worker at Keystone Oaks School District in Pittsburgh, Penn., could serve up to one year in jail after pleading guilty to stealing more than $90,000 from students’ meal accounts.
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