| Source: The Denisonian
When students returned to campus a couple of weeks ago, they were surprised to find that Meal-X, the most popular meal option for dinner, underwent multiple changes.
The study comes from the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, which in 2011 signed an industry agreement with 14 food manufacturers and three GPOs to “develop, produce and market healthier food...
| Source: The Daily Princetonian
A University employee who is one of the only New Jersey residents with a medical marijuana permit will potentially continue working for the University after a dispute in which he was reportedly told...
| Source: The Boston Globe
The UMass Building Authority said it has completed a $19 million renovation of Lincoln Campus Center, a dining hall at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
| Source: nj.com
But a bill to be considered Thursday by a state Assembly panel would ask middle and high schools to set up advisory committees to recommend breakfast and lunch dishes.
| Source: Mother Nature Network
As more doctors use food as a medical tool, health care providers are making nutritious options more readily available — even farmers markets.
| Source: WCCO
Any parent will tell you that trying to get kids to eat healthier is tricky business, particularly for teenagers.
| Source: TC Media Center
It's no secret that there is a big national effort to combat childhood obesity by providing healthy food choices in public schools...
| Source: Greenville Online
A slew of volunteers man the Generals' Store at Wade Hampton High School, selling snacks to hungry high school students during breakfast and lunch hours...
| Source: KTRE.com
Zavalla students are throwing away more food than they're eating and leaving the cafeteria hungry...
Small plates offer artful fare for a fraction of the calories.
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