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12 students are registered for Sacred-Heart’s five-week summer course that will teach them how to farm plants and feed animals, which will be used for the school cafeteria as well as farmers markets.
The University of Kansas has partnered with local farmers to bring fresh produce to campus, while Kansas State’s dining services purchases locally produced/processed meat, flour, fruits and...
Beacon Hill at Eastgate’s expansion will feature 10,000 square feet of expanded dining space as well as a new dining option, the Garden Café which will feature garden-fresh dishes.
Kids watch more television, consume more sugar, eat fewer vegetables and barely exercise, according to a study from Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health...
After parting ways with Aramark, the state inked a new contract with Trinity Services Group that includes higher meal prices, potentially higher annual increases and a waiver of experience...
The new cafeteria measures about 11,000 square feet and will be large enough to handle grades K-12 during lunchtime at Wilton Community School District this fall.
The Hollister School District served 5,492 lunches in June, up from 2,698 lunches during the same period last year – which the director of student nutrition attributes to more district focus on...
Of the 12,000 children who qualify for free- or reduced-price meals at central Wisconsin public schools, only about one-third are getting food assistance during summer break.
The university is the first college to receive REAL certification for its efforts to promote nutrition in an environmentally friendly way.
The first major farmers market to open at the school, the Hostos Greenmarket also offers Bronxites another place to grab fresh produce.

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