| Source: CTV
The Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba, along with Health Sciences Centre, have launched a new food distribution system to the Children’s Hospital.
| Source: The Seattle Times
In many ways, Kent-Meridian High School’s cafeteria is your typical American lunchroom — sound of teenage chatter, trays bumping against one another, and the smell of French fries wafting throughout...
| Source: The Massachusetts Daily Collegian
University of Massachusetts Dining Services announced a new Residential Meal Plan on Monday, which includes three options for on-campus students that are different from the current ones.
| Source: Redstone Rocket
The Sparkman Cafeteria and the Von Braun III Cafeteria offer a new healthy choice, paleo-inspired meal plan. “A lot of people refer to it as the caveman’s diet,” Chris Isbill, business manager for...
| Source: AgriNews
The fence has been built, the cattle have been purchased and the agriculture students at Hagerstown Junior-Senior High School are learning first-hand how to raise cattle.
| Source: The Poly Post
The Cal Poly Pomona Foundation has officially announced the scheduled opening of a microbrewery called Innovation Brew Works. CPP will be the first university to have a genuine brewery-restaurant...
| Source: The Daily Aztec
One of the largest ongoing construction projects at San Diego State is scheduled to reach completion this upcoming fall with the opening of a new Aztec Market location at the north end of Nasatir...
CSP Business Media, a leading facilitator of major convenience and petroleum retailing and foodservice industry networking events, announced the release of the FARE Conference mobile app.
| Source: WRAL
While living in a residence hall last year at the University of Iowa, John Sheeley was shocked by the amount of food students were throwing away in the cafeteria.
| Source: The Sentinel
Shippensburg University student Christina Qawasmy was working on a class project when she decided to start a Food Recovery Network chapter on her local campus.
Everyone, it seems, wants to offer us tips on healthier eating. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has gotten into the act.
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