| Source: Greenville Online
The state’s new Superintendent of Education is allowing schools to apply for a waiver to sell unhealthy snacks on certain days.
| Source: The Louisville Cardinal
Sodexo and the University of Louisville are in talks to increase meal plan costs by $25-$45 after the foodservice manager underestimated how much it would cost over time to deliver food to students.
| Source: The Augusta Chronicle
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine says that Children’s Hospital of Georgia’s decision to include a McDonald’s restaurant on its premises indicates “misaligned interests.”
| Source: The Bollivar Commercial
After receiving a Nutrition Integrity grant, Cleveland School District, in Bolivar County, Miss., replaced fat fryers with steam ovens at two schools to make healthier meals for its students.
I bristle at the clichés reporters use, such as “mystery meat,” or when they make generalizations about food quality based on hearsay or on the writer’s own—often one-time—bad experience.
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...
Everyone, it seems, wants to offer us tips on healthier eating. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has gotten into the act.
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