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During lunches at Dallas Independent this fall, the new grab-and-go “Smart Boxes” will offer a variety of offerings such as hummus, sandwiches, bistro salad samplers and wraps.
Eight students who spent the summer working in Floyd County High’s farm and greenhouse are now harvesting everything from squash, tomatoes, and cucumbers to potatoes and lettuce.
Many school cafeterias struggle to prepare fresh, healthy meals because of outdated kitchens, but the School Food Modernization Act could bring those outdated facilities up to date.
Rep. Todd Rokita (R) says that students going back to school this fall are unlikely to have tastier lunches because administration officials won't "roll back" strict nutritional...
The new cafe at Mile Bluff Medical Center will offer made-to-order entrée salads, grab-and-go foods, sandwiches and replaces an employee seating area with vending machines.
Mazzone, the Albany region’s largest catering company, will now manage dining services for the 250 residents at Avilia Retirement Community.
The foodservice giant has pledged to make its meals healthier by revising its menus and adding healthier choices through a five-year initiative, Healthy For Life 20 by 20.
Democrats are calling on Republicans to cancel Restaurant Associates’ contract unless Senate cafeteria workers’ wages are raised.
The deal parallels the acquisitions Trusthouse Chairman Michael Bailey engineered while leading Compass Group to build that contractor into a giant.
During the Minnesota School Nutrition Association’s annual state conference this week, nutrition professionals tested new foods and attended educational sessions to strengthen their menus.

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