06-09-2015 | Source: The Buffalo News
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) is calling on Congress to uphold child nutrition standards set forth in the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010.
06-08-2015 | Source: The Washington Post
A former director of foodservice for D.C. Public Schools alleged the contractor not only overcharged the city, but also mismanaged its school-meal programs.
06-08-2015 | Source: The Charlotte Observer
This week Lynn Harvey will share successes in North Carolina’s school-meal programs, as well as the challenges in meeting new standards for nutrition set by the federal government.
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The Democratic Party hopeful says she wants a living wage for hourly foodservice workers.
06-08-2015 | Source: Naples Herald
With nearly one in four families suffering from food insecurity in Collier County, according to a local food bank, the school district is combating hunger by offering a summer foodservice program.
06-05-2015 | By Peter Romeo, Director of Digital Content
The agency suggests unisex facilities, but stresses that it is merely advising the set-up, not requiring it.
06-05-2015 | Source: ABC 57
Elkhart General Hospital won’t use the produce in the cafeteria, but as a learning tool to show patients the benefits of incorporating healthy foods into their diet.
06-05-2015 | Source: Washington Examiner
After students outlined their issues with the federal standards in a petition, one Minnesota school has decided to opt out of the program, losing $170,000 in funding.
06-05-2015 | Source: The Monitor
McAllen schools have added 32 new locations, some with dinner and snack times, to their meals-on-wheels summer program.
06-05-2015 | Source: University of Arkensas
Chartwells, University of Arkansas’ foodservice provider, will feed attendees of the Walmart shareholder’s meeting three meals a day and has plans to limit food waste.
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