| Source: The Valley Breeze
Officials from the Rhode Island Department of Education say they are "unable to approve" a new three-year food service contract with city mainstay Sodexo, meaning school officials must...
Participation in school lunch has declined markedly in the past three years, despite a slight increase in the percentage of students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals, according to The...
| Source: Wicked Local Lexington
Alaskan king salmon, corn tortillas with cheese, and ramen noodle bars are just some of the options Lexington students will see in their cafeterias this school year.
| Source: Penn State
A pilot program that tested reusable takeout containers at two Penn State Behrend student cafeterias will expand to all Penn State campuses this fall.
| Source: Mass Live
And now for the fifth year in a row, the University of Massachusetts Dining Services is going for another world record this time for the world's largest New England clambake...
| Source: The Daily Campus
One Plate Two Plates, UConn Dining Services’ latest venture located in the Student Union, opened for business Friday.
| Source: The BG News
The vegan concept “Shoots” will provide vegan fare for both lunch and dinner Monday through Friday.
| Source: Farm Futures
Agriculture Under Secretary Kevin Concannon Thursday announced a series of grants and tools designed to help schools serve healthier meals and snacks – and help students select them – as they return...
| Source: Iowa State Daily
Coffee drinkers on campus should look for a new rewards system from the campus cafes.
| 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.
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