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Eatiquette provides healthy meals to schools while seeking to bring rowdy cafeteria culture closer to something resembling fine dining.
Although many parents of Burke County Public Schools students are happy with Chartwells as the new foodservice vendor, some have expressed concern over limited lunch options and the amount of time...
UVM Medical Center’s Atrium Garden will also serve as a patient and family waiting space and a lending library for cookbooks and gardening guides.
The vendor's Francisco Fimbres will be the person to whom congressional staff and lawmakers can air comments and complaints...
Columbia University’s Emergency Meal Fund allows food insecure students to receive up to six meal vouchers per semester from fellow students who have donated meals. Meanwhile, the student-developed...
Hundreds of people gathered Sunday for the second annual University of Minnesota Duluth Food and Farm Festival to celebrate a harvest that supplies the university with thousands of pounds of food.
Sugarland Elementary School Principal Gail Brady says breakfast in the classroom has fostered a sense of community and has virtually eliminated “tardies.”
After losing a contract to manage Yosemite’s concessions to Aramark, Delaware North is suing the National Park Service, alleging that the new contractor should be required to purchase the attraction...
Starting this year, students who are not on a meal plan will have to pay sales tax at Northwestern University dining halls.
While the Avian Flu has yet to impact the state’s public universities, Quinnipiac University and Albertus Magnus College have cut down—and are even working on eliminating—the use of eggs at breakfast.

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