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A study by the University of Colorado-Boulder shows that children consumer more fattening foods such as cookies and candy after observing seemingly overweight cartoon characters.
Township High School District 113 has spent over $29 million in renovations, which include a new air-conditioned cafeteria featuring LED lighting.
The proposed changes reflect a growing trend in senior living—to provide a greater variety of foods that are made with higher-quality ingredients and that cater to residents’ religious and cultural...
It's become clear the company is "no longer a valued partner" to the school system, company president Rhonna Cass said in a letter Tuesday...
Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman vetoed a bill that would have restricted vending-machine items on county properties and at youth-oriented programs operated by county agencies.
Citing a security issue, Pequannock High School’s board introduced a change in policy that bans outside lunch deliveries from delis, pizzerias and other food establishments.
Fearing tightening regulations, the Bozeman School Board voted to suspend the high school’s participation in the NSLP, while elementary and middle schools will remain involved.
BestColleges.com has ranked the 18 best dining halls in the nation according to taste, health and dietary preference.
The $1 million renovation, funded by foodservice provider Sodexo, is designed to give the space a casual, restaurant-like feel that lends itself to a hangout space as well as a dining area.
After a local paper chastised the University of Iowa hospital system for its high amount of food waste, hospital leaders took a multi-pronged approach to waste reduction and sustainability.

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