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The USDA undersecretary for food, nutrition and consumer services visited the University of Georgia’s student-run farm to discuss access to healthy food.
Foodservice staff at Lanesborough Elementary School have joined the Lanesborough Education Association collective-bargaining unit, allowing the union to negotiate on their behalf.
This fall, students at Perrysburg Junior High will have a new cafeteria that looks more like a buffet, complete with their choice of eight entrees.
This fall, Sodexo will make upgrades to popular campus eateries and offer new cuisine options including Auntie Anne’s Pretzels and a Pizza Hut WingStreet.
The Boston Red Sox’s “Fenway Farms” will grow fresh vegetables including arugula, Swiss chard, and broccoli rabe for use by the chefs at the EMC Club kitchen.
Bibbs County Schools nutrition program recently allowed district employees and special guests to try new recipes that will be served in the fall.
Cafeteria workers at Dawkins Middle School are learning to make meals from scratch using fresh, locally grown ingredients.
UC is the first public university in the U.S. to establish a $15 minimum wage, which will be phased in through 2017.
James Renshaw, foodservice director at Texas-based Treemont, wanted to remind dining staff about their key role in providing the best-possible dining experience for residents.
To help students avoid embarrassment and remain well fed throughout the day, Baltimore City Public Schools will now offer free breakfast and lunch to all students, regardless of their families’...

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