Current and breaking news about the foodservice industry
Some schools in the district have depleted more than half of their budget and will not be able to continue operating for the remainder of the year, officials say.
Changes included implementing “garden bars” at all schools, as well as build-your-own meal options such as a weekly taco bar.
Authorities believe a renovation may have raised the hazard.
The Harmony station at Loyola Marymount University will rotate menu items weekly.
Kim Minestra, director of nutrition services at Evanston Township High School, will serve as president.
Changes include reducing the amount of pasta served, rotating menus more often and featuring those menus on a mobile application.
A survey finds a belief the industry could be lax.
The cuts will not impact foodservice as much as feared, the state’s department of education says.
The Fight for Just Food cites the vendor’s contracts with U.S. prisons as the reason why the University of Chicago should sever ties and self-operate instead.
In an attempt to rid garbage bins of Styrofoam trays, students at Heritage Elementary found a natural alternative.


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