| Source: Lincoln Star Journal
Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln set a goal five years ago to reduce childhood obesity rates in Lincoln Public Schools by 10 percent by 2020—LPS has reached that goal six years ahead of schedule...
| Source: My Hempfield News
Students at a Pennsylvania-based high school would rather eat lunch they brought from home as opposed to the healthier foods being served in their cafeteria—costing the school money.
| Source: Benzinga
Covenant Care recently introduced its "Enhanced Dining" service that has an expanded menu of nutritious foods, as well as an ergonomics redesign of their dining rooms based on their clients...
| Source: Science 2.0
With the population rising and the demand for protein increasing, producers and operators will need to find enough protein to feed billions more mouths.
A few months back, we learned that a growing number of foodservice professionals are worried about the work ethic of their current employees.
06-21-2014 | Source: The Providence Journal
Legislation that would usher in an era of mandatory food waste recycling won final approval in the General Assembly on Thursday.
05-02-2014 | Source: Albuquerque Journal
May 02–In a state ranked highest in the nation for childhood hunger and food insecurity, some fear New Mexico’s low-income children may be at risk of losing federally funded free school breakfasts...
04-23-2014 | Source: Las Cruces Sun-News
April 22–LAS CRUCES — The typed letter had a brief, handwritten note in the margin: “If account reaches $25.00, your child won’t be allowed to eat. Please send payment.” The parent of a Picacho...
04-23-2014 | Source: The Montana Standard
April 22–A parent and registered dietitian prompted Butte school trustees on Monday to form a committee to study how to meet new government-approved nutrition guidelines. Julia Coyne, who has a...
Lauren Koff has made a difference at Houston County Schools by implementing the USDA's new meal patterns, organizing a Smart Snacks Food Show and securing a grant.
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Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln set a goal five years ago to reduce childhood obesity rates in Lincoln Public Schools by 10 percent by 2020—LPS has reached that goal six years ahead of schedule. Now the goal is to double that percent.
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Mary Arlinda Hill continually aims to improve both Jackson Public Schools and her community.
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