| Source: The Independent Florida Alligator
UF was voted the Favorite Vegan-Friendly college in the large school category in a contest by peta2, the youth outreach division of the animal rights group PETA.
| Source: Highlands Today
The School Board of Highlands County will likely serve free suppers at some of its elementary schools starting in the fall to students in after-school programs.
| Source: The Herald-Sun
As director of child nutrition for Durham Public Schools, James Keaten is transforming cafeterias into places where fresh fruits and vegetables are replacing junk food.
| Source: The Miami Student
Garde Manger: Keeper of the food. It is the room where Miami University’s Demske Culinary Support Center makes the tasty and convenient Uncle Phil’s Express items found at most of the dining and...
| Source: The Des Moines Register
Minutes after train cars loaded with coal roll by, Jan Swinton admits this rough industrial park on Fairfield's north side is hardly where you'd expect to find the beginnings of a lush...
| Source: The Ottawa Citizen
Burgers, fries, chocolate bars and sugary desserts could disappear from hospital menus in Eastern Ontario over the next few years, muscled aside by more nutritious items.
| Source: Patch.com
The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood and Garden State Plaza in Paramus are joining forces for a new initiative that organizers say they hope will promote healthy living throughout Bergen County, the two...
| Source: Springfield News-sun
Recent federal and state regulations that require schools to serve healthier lunches have driven up food costs and made schools juggle menus to balance health, finances and what kids will eat.
| Source: The Bi-College News
Even though Haverford may lag behind some of our fellow liberal arts colleges in its dedication to recycling and conservation, it is definitely taking steps to show greater initiative.
| Source: The Bristol Press
Opponents of privatizing school food service operations have been vocal at Board of Education meetings for months; however, board members who support privatization continue to hold back on responding.
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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