| Source: WLOS
The district’s superintendent apologized after a high school cafeteria manager created two serving lines and barred students receiving free or reduced-price lunch from one of them.
| Source: WEAU
When the Wisconsin university replaces Sodexo with Chartwells in May, 116 employees will lose their jobs unless the new contractor hires them.
| Source: Eater
The latest report from a nonprofit physicians group suggests an unhealthy relationship between fast food chains and some hospitals.
| Source: LA Times
Students at Pierce College are hungry for fresh food. The campus is the latest in the Los Angeles Community College District where officials have abandoned foodservice to save money.
| Source: 10News
San Diego Unified School District is investigating a rat problem after an employee in one high school found large amounts of rodent droppings in the cafeteria and other locations.
| Source: The Oracle
New initiative supplies students in need with four meals and snacks every Friday to help keep them fed over the weekend.
| Source: WREG
Corrections center employees are worried their jobs and benefits could be affected by a decision to extend a contract to Aramark.
| Source: Indiana Daily Student
An Indiana hospital is being recognized as being the most environmentally progressive in the state for programs including a rooftop garden and composting program to battle food waste.
| Source: The BG News
Bowling Green students with meal plans may donate one meal-card swipe per week to students who are in need of food. Donated swipes are put on cards, with five swipes each, that are then given to...
| Source: The Flor-Ala
Students have complained to Sodexo aboutnot checking perishable food items in a campus C-store more frequently. Manager Gwen Burney says this is not her first time hearing of the problem.
Tennessee has passed a bill opponents are calling ‘starve the children’, which allows school boards to opt out of the National Food Lunch Program without penalty from the state.
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A former cafeteria worker at Keystone Oaks School District in Pittsburgh, Penn., could serve up to one year in jail after pleading guilty to stealing more than $90,000 from students’ meal accounts.
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