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A newly renovated high school cafeteria will operate on a “scatter serve” system, much like that of a food court, to provide more menu variety and expedited service.
The 18-month struggle to create a super-distributor is over, to the tune of $312.5 million in break-up fees.
An Indiana school administrator told a House subcommittee that, following the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, students have been caught selling salt, pepper and sugar in school to add taste to...
A new cafeteria payment system means students and parents will be able to pay for meals online, but it also means no change back when paying with cash.
During a hearing before the House Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education, the School Nutrition Association’s incoming vice president, Dr. Lynn Harvey, testified about the...
The bipartisan Apprenticeship and Jobs Training Act of 2015 would create a $5,000 tax credit for employers using apprenticeships to train workers in high-demand industries, such as food and beverage.
Daniel Boone School District laid off 30 cafeteria workers, opting to go with foodservice provider Nutrition Group, which says it will hire most of the workers back.
Directors of a Frederick, Maryland, summer camp want to help children with severe allergies to have some fun with food for a change.
Six percent of children and 3 percent of adults now suffer from food allergies, with the main culprits being gluten, milk, eggs, fish, nuts and soy.
A school district in Fairbanks, Alaska, is dealing with a $192,000 loss in revenue stemming from healthy snacks regulations on top of a proposed $100,000 budget cut.

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