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For the second time, Vermont legislators voted down legislation that would have protected employees who use a company benefit, such as a sick day, from employer retribution.

Last month, I suggested that it might be time to put an end to the special dinners that many institutions stage to celebrate Black History Month.

We educated students, parents and staff about local products and healthy eating. Vendors donated prizes to give to kids who filled out surveys for feedback on their products.
stuffed jumbo shrimp
By filling the shrimp with a crabmeat stuffing, Smith & Wollensky can menu a signature item that contributes high-quality protein in a more price-conscious package.
greek chicken salad
A grilled chicken salad, one of the most popular entree salads, is a smart way to start.
A growing body of medical experts and researchers are saying childhood nutrition affects adult income earning potential.
food photo phone social media
After several members of our staff attended a class on smartphone photography, we came back and trained the rest of our staff to take pictures of the plates they prepare.
confused school girl
A recent survey of its members by the School Nutrition Association revealed that many operators are facing moderate to serious challenges in meeting the stricter nutritional requirements set by the U...
An Indiana hospital is being recognized as being the most environmentally progressive in the state for programs including a rooftop garden and composting program to battle food waste.
pineapple quinoa
Take quinoa from ordinary to extraordinary by adding sweet grilled pineapple, tomatoes and fresh herbs.

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