09-17-2015 | Source: The Daily Targum
"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...
09-17-2015 | Source: DailyInterLake.com
After Whitefish High School’s aging greenhouse was demolished during the school’s reconstruction, students have raised more than $50,000 to build a new one that will have an aquaponic system, and...
09-16-2015 | Source: The Hill
The School Nutrition Association argues that future sodium reductions set by the National School Lunch Program will be too taxing on schools, while salt-industry lobbyists say the restrictions are...
09-16-2015 | Source: Crain's Chicago Business
Prom Golf is a newly formed subsidiary of the Chicago-based sports concessionaire, under the continued leadership of CEOs Bill and Tom Given.
09-16-2015 | Source: WSET
Although Danville Public Schools’ new policy provides free lunches for all students, fewer students are packing their lunches, resulting in longer lunch lines and wait times.
09-16-2015 | Source: The McGill Tribune
McGill University is currently filling slots in its Student-Run Cafe, a new addition that is part of a larger plan to move away from commercial tenants in favor of student-run food providers.
09-16-2015 | Source: The Aquinian
Changes to one St. Thomas University cafeteria are denying entry to students without meal cards, which students say cuts down on the opportunity for socialization.
09-15-2015 | Source: Cape Cod Times
The meal plan is more about filling residents with tasty, good-for-you foods that promote heart and brain health than it is about calorie restriction, officials say.
09-15-2015 | Source: Santa Monica Daily Press
The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District hired a couple of consultants to evaluate students and educate their families about obesity, diet and other lifestyle issues.
09-15-2015 | Source: The Franklin
The foodservice provider’s new executive chef at Franklin College hopes to improve the cafeteria’s food quality by bringing experience with celebrity chefs and a European education to the job.
Chefs' Council members Kurt Kwiatkowski, Tracey MacRae and Bill Claypool share what substitutions they are making due to weather-related costs/supply issues.
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Students a South Seattle College serve up French-inspired dishes for less than $10 at Alhadeff Grill.
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To streamline recruitment of foodservice employees, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, hosts a summer job fair where candidates are interviewed and hired on the spot.
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