The National Association for College and University Foodservice (NACUFS) has named the winners of the 2014 Sustainability Awards.
| Source: The Produce News
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is moving ahead with a new pilot program to test the impact of opening up the popular school fruit and vegetable program to canned, frozen or dried fruits and...
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The Labor Department has pulled back from new minimum wage rules that had led several fast-food restaurants to end their contracts on military installations and prompted others to possibly follow...
| Source: Tulsa's Channel 8
A man who faced a $525 fine for refilling an 89-cent drink at a Veterans Affairs hospital apparently will get off with a warning.
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A Southwest Valley hospital used idle land to plant a farm that now produces nutritious food for patients, visitors and staff. Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Western Regional Medical Center...
| Source: The Diamondback
Shabazz Napier said he sometimes goes to bed “starving” because he can’t afford food, according to an April 8 Washington Post article. What do you think?
| Source: U.S.News & World Report
Forget Taco Tuesday and Fish Stick Friday. Some high school students are skipping lunch period to pack in something else – another academic class.
| Source: The Slate Online
Students can now pre-order food from convenient locations around campus, thanks to efforts by Chartwells, the company that runs Shippensburg University Dining Services.
| Source: The Tufts Daily
Tufts Dining Services, in an April 9 press release, announced several changes to the Premium Meal Plan for fall 2014, including the elimination of the popular "trick turning."...
| Source: Democrat & Chronicle
Two Batavia yogurt makers are considering a bid for the newly expanded school lunch pilot for Greek yogurt.
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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The state’s new Superintendent of Education is allowing schools to apply for a waiver to sell unhealthy snacks on certain days.
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Two New England universities affected by Winter Storm Juno share their best practices for operating a foodservice department during a major weather event.
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