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The LifeCycle Innovation Project is a three-phase process that takes food waste from lunches and turns it into high-quality compost for use in Lower Richland High School’s greenhouse.
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Andrew Shaner, executive chef at this Pennsylvania prep school, offers a version of potato salad without mayonnaise.
Despite a former Metz Management Culinary employees’ criticism of Hanover Area’s school food, the board president found nothing wrong with it.
Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts wants to enact a new child nutrition law, giving schools more flexibility in meeting standards for school meals.
The Farm at The Grove School in Redlands, California, has fields, livestock, outbuildings and a farmers market that students tend to.
An Arkansas school district has outsourced food services to Aramark, which promises to hire all child nutrition employees with raises and bonuses. However, the foodservice director and foodservice...
Faced with an outsourcing decision, one Connecticut school board filed a complaint with the state’s Board of Labor Relations alleging the cafeteria workers union negotiated a tentative agreement in...
Anyone who’s been in the on-site business during the last two centuries is painfully aware that a consumer will opt for an off-site place to eat if a foodservice director can’t match what’s available...
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From spearheading tough renovations to championing wellness programs that resonate, these non-commercial operators’ feats and passion make them best in class.
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For Mary Arlinda Hill, the drive to improve the well-being of her students, 90 percent of whom qualify for free or reduced-price meals, is personal.


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