| Source: Chicago Tribune
By offering lots of menu choices — including soda — in cafeterias in Glenbrook High School District 225, officials hope students will stay in for lunch and boost the meals program.
| Source: HealthDay
Nearly six in 10 students at an Oregon university could not afford to get enough healthy food at one point in the school year, a problem that threatens their school performance as well as their...
| Source: Kentucky.com
The University of Kentucky plans to privatize its dining services, with the larger goal of bringing in millions of dollars for new dining facilities on campus.
| Source: The Diamondback
More than two years after Dining Services introduced a reusable takeout container, more students than ever are choosing the more sustainable option instead of the standard white disposable containers.
| Source: BU Today
Trying to stem an outsized flow of Chinese students to off-campus housing, the University is adding 15 Chinese dishes to its monthly residential dining menus.
| Source: Herald-Review.com
All proceeds from the “Hearts Around the World” event go toward the hospital's Heart and Lung Institute...
| Source: 10 News
A coup of caffeine-loving students is working to convince school board members in Citrus County to allow school cafeterias to serve coffee before morning classes.
| Source: The Cornell Daily Sun
Recent additions to Cornell’s on-campus eateries, Café Jennie and Fork and Gavel Café, have seen increasing student enthusiasm and growing levels of business, according to campus dining operators.
| Source: Tampa Bay Times
Polk County parents were apoplectic last year when they discovered that the school district had been scanning student irises without parent permission.
Training and requirements for hiring are addressed in the latest part of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
Steve Mangan, general manager with Sodexo at Northwestern University, is trying to visit all the national parks, wishes he could speed up his metabolism and doesn't love homemade peanut brittle.
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Michael Mills, foodservice director for the Jennings Center has found a way to save his department money while satisfying the desires of residents under the facility’s recently adopted person-centered care model.
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