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The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program at Cherokee Elementary School allows students to sample fresh produce in the classroom during snack time.
The newly seated directors and certifying-board members will serve into 2016.
A study led by Texas A&M found school meals paired with popular vegetables are less likely to end up in the garbage.
The Maine Farm and Sea Cooperative will bid against multi-million-dollar foodservice corporations for a five-year service contract with six of the University of Maine’s seven campuses.
Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital’s Side Street Café opened Aug. 21 and boasts tables, counter-style seating and booths as well as a customized drink fountain.
Beefsteak, a vegetable-focused concept, will open a second unit in 2016. The start-up fast-casual brand features four predesigned bowls. Guests can also customize their bowls.
The K-12 dining services company announced the hire Tuesday, noting Dodd’s strategic planning and brand development experience.
Cotati-Rohnert Park School District officials want to lay off the equivalent of 12-and-a-half full-time cafeteria workers and hire nine of them back at reduced hours with no benefits, a move they say...
Syracuse University’s new policy will start March 2016, with exemptions for religious or medical reasons.
"Meatless Monday"'s website asks students and professors to join hundreds of other university students to sign the pledge to replace meat, chicken and fish with plant-based meals each...

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