| Source: The Tartan
In the January 2014 issue of Dining Dish, Housing and Dining Services announced two important changes to the healthy food options on campus: extended hours at Evgefstos and new healthy menu options...
| Source: Food Research and Action Center
More low-income children are starting the day with a healthy morning meal as participation in the School Breakfast Program continued its upswing during the 2012-2013 school year.
Local schools could avoid new federal standards for healthier breakfasts and snack foods under a fiscal 2014 spending bill Congress is expected to vote on this week.
Stratford High School in Goose Creek will receive more lunchroom space and classrooms.
Portland mayor aims to have 50% of food in schools be sourced from local sources.
Earlier this month, the federal government removed the limits on protein and grain amounts in school meals.
OSU workers fight to ensure quality food with large amounts of diners at one time.
Ridgewood school district's superintendent ended outside vendor lunch deliveries on Jan. 13...
The taypayer figure was updated to include new 6-cent-per-meal certification for healthier school meals.
The University of Massachusetts is focusing on locally produced food with the Real Food Challenge.
Steve Mangan, general manager with Sodexo at Northwestern University, is trying to visit all the national parks, wishes he could speed up his metabolism and doesn't love homemade peanut brittle.
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