| Source: San Diego Jewish World
The options for Orthodox-Jewish students looking for colleges outside the New York metropolitan area are greater than they have ever been before, according to an independent educational consultant.
| Source: WMCTV
The Shelby County School District would lose millions in federal funding if the municipal school districts pass on food services from SCS.
| Source: Digital Journal
Morrison Healthcare today announced its first-year results from 500 hospitals as part of a five-year commitment to Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA). The progress report was released at PHA...
| Source: SUNY Cortland
Auxiliary Services Corporation (ASC) has agreed to purchase one acre of farmable land in Preble, N.Y., from Main Street Farms in Homer, N.Y., which should produce roughly 5,000 pounds of Roma...
| Source: Southern California Public Radio
The head of the Los Angeles Unified School District's food services division is recommending administrators allow schools in the most affluent neighborhoods to opt out of its "breakfast in...
| Source: Channel3000.com
A federal program aimed at getting kids to eat healthier snacks could force cuts in certain districts’ lunchrooms.
| Source: www.hometownlife.com
Henry Ford Health System has cut seven tons of fat from food and increased fruit and vegetable purchases by 10% annually in an effort to offer patients more healthy food choices.
| Source: stltoday.com
Certain places have reputations for serving bad food. Places where you’re stuck with few options under cramped conditions. Airplanes. Jails. And, of course, hospitals.
| Source: NBC
Have you ever wondered whether your child’s school lunch is nutritious and delicious? Well, some top chefs from New York certainly think that lunches served at San Diego schools are both of those...
| Source: Newarkadvocate.com
Starting next year, students will pay a dime a day more for their lunches at Newark City Schools.
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Students at the University of Pittsburgh have bagged plastic bags, reducing usage by 80% in just one month.
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