For many reasons, school cafeterias can't yet use food grown in school gardens.
About 170 meals each day go untouched and were being thrown away before donation program started.
Cafe Spice, Sodexo branded partnership helps directors offer authentic ethnic food.
Snacksmart product line being rolled out in stadiums, convention centers.
Senate cafeteria adds kosher food after push from clerk.
Samples of baked items given to gain customer acceptability to move.
Meritorious Civilian Service Award is second-highest civilian award in Navy.
Student enrollment decline one reason for meal drop.
Machines offer health advice instead of snacks.
Dining Services responds to students' requests to be able to see menus on their smartphones.
Breakfast in the classroom programs helped four schoosl increase morning meal counts.
Dining services says the truck's menu options will change depending on customer feedback.
Here's a roundup of stories that were published during the weekend about how districts are responding to the final meal regulations in the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
Ethnic, healthy items to be featured at new hospital.
Students, dining hall staff critical of program but trays will remain absent from hall until end of semester.
Massachusetts governor proposes $1.5 million cut to elderly nutrition programs.
Burlington School District filling kitchens with culinary background.
Richard Jarmusz focuses on local, healthful food.
Winners to be announced Feb. 28.
Part one of two looking at the new meal pattern.