| Source: Gainesville Times
Patients at a new Georgia medical center campus are able to get fresh, cooked-to-order food with the tap of a finger on an iPad.
| Source: The Sun Chronicle
The project aims to create a one-of-a-kind heath care foodservice featuring antibiotic-free meats, cooking classes and a “Chef’s Playground.”
| Source: Binghamton.com
Chefs from two separate hospitals went head-to-head in a soup cook-off. Cafeteria diners were able to sample both soups for $1.
| Source: Peter Romeo
The organization of college and university feeders will proceed with its annual convention in July.
| Source: Hattiesburg American
The schoolhouse is becoming the new cookhouse. In the U.S., 1 in 5 households with children are considered food insecure.
| Source: Healthy Schools Campaign
More than 1,000 applications were received for the USDA’s Farm to School Grant Program, which would have totaled more than $78M in grant funding. The problem was, the USDA only had $5M to give.
| Source: The Flat Hat
The group, seeking to promote campus worker appreciation, alleges Sodexo will be able to fire employees without warning over the summer and offers meager 10-cent raises.
| Source: Food Insight
Is saturated fat as bad as we thought? Will nutrition benchmarks change? Does the quality or quantity of protein we eat matter? These answers and more.
| Source: The GW Hatchet
A student union at George Washington University wants to create sustainable and healthier food options, lower food prices and improve conditions for foodservice workers.
| Source: Pilot-Tribune
The new No Hungry Kids act, currently before Congress, would address schools' complaints that some students need more calories than others...
Some former top-ranked military officials say prioritizing healthy school meals and fitness is a matter of national security, noting 69% of young adults in Minnesota cannot serve due to poor health.
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