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The food cart aims to provide alternative meal options for students who want to leave campus for lunch, officials say.
Officials say Plains to Plate is the first retail concept on a college campus to achieve Gluten-Free Food Service certification.
More than 400 students recently sampled potential menu items, including egg rolls, breakfast breads and apple pie.
Officials hope ‘Dine and Dash’ will provide on-the-go students with more meal options before and during school.
Students can win prizes by participating in the 20/20 Fruit and Veggie contest, which encourages healthy eating habits, officials say.
One FSD at a New York school district has gotten her students to eat kale by using marketing slogans like, “What doesn’t kale you makes you stronger.”
The proposed legislation would require school districts to locally source 10 percent of their food by December 2019.
The Longhorn Chicken only serves chicken prepared according to Islamic law, officials say.
The latest House of Representatives proposal to reauthorize the school lunch program is a mixed bag for school feeders.
Plans include creating a micro-restaurant that will serve authentic Asian food to meet the demand of its Chinese student population.

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