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After two years of court battles and union disputes, the school board is moving to hire a private contractor.
The assurance of clarity came as part of the agency’s decision to delay enforcement until 2016.
Staff, patients, and visitors at Frisbie Memorial Hospital now enjoy a farm-to-table dining experience with food made from scratch and without chemicals, additives, and preservatives.
Retired generals from Kentucky say obesity can be combated with healthier school nutrition, as more than 70 percent of the state’s young adults do not qualify for military service because they'...
When Eagleville School opens this fall, there will be 23,000 new square feet of space that includes an expanded cafeteria, science labs, elementary school classrooms, band and choir rooms, and a 400-...
Students at Beverly Elementary School planted a small crop of lettuce in their garden, creating their own salad lunch with it and other fresh items from the salad bar.
At Utah Valley University, space is being built to accommodate new restaurants, including The Rotisserie, a sit-down restaurant equipped with a brick oven, and a new location of Scoops.
The FDA acknowledges that more clarity is needed before compliance the disclosure laws for chain restaurants can be enforced.
The United Fresh Produce Industry Leadership Program’s donation will assist schools with meeting the new school-lunch nutrition standards while empowering students to choose their own fruits and...
Cheese sandwiches will no longer be served to students who forget to bring their lunch card to school. Instead, students who forget their cards will be sent to the back of the line to receive the...


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