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Dining staff are using easy-to-replicate displays to draw students to nutritious choices.
The school credited its switch to anytime dining and stepped-up composting efforts with causing the declines.
If a new proposal is greenlit, the university’s dining halls could accept food stamps as soon as next fall.
A new program, dubbed Lunch My Way, allows students to build their own meals.
Dining services partnered with the science school to serve a “biologically diverse” menu with such items as cheddar insect larvae.
The longtime FSD was honored for championing farm-to-fork fare and healthy options for K-12 students.
A visiting chef prepared traditional German fare for students over a two-day period.
The FSD-run program grants meals to students who are not on a meal plan and who are struggling financially.
The hospital will replace items like soda with such options as milk and granola bars.
The bar-style event will allow students to choose from a variety of grains and add their selection of vegetables and other toppings.

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