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Behind the swinging doors of noncommercial kitchens, tattoos don’t draw much contention, which is why at least one operator sees body art as a secret weapon.
Here are the four biggest takeaways from spending three days in the company of our nation's lunch ladies (and gentlemen). ...
The measure would ease the whole-grains and salt-reduction requirements in the reauthorized law.
Despite some East Aurora board members expressing their concern about the foodservice provider’s pricing and labor practices, the board renewed Sodexo’s contract for $5.7 million.
A larger cafeteria at Eugene Fields Elementary School will allow for more lunch seating’s and fewer shifts, which will now be scheduled during regular lunch hours instead of throughout the day.
A study by the University of Colorado-Boulder shows that children consumer more fattening foods such as cookies and candy after observing seemingly overweight cartoon characters.
Township High School District 113 has spent over $29 million in renovations, which include a new air-conditioned cafeteria featuring LED lighting.
It's become clear the company is "no longer a valued partner" to the school system, company president Rhonna Cass said in a letter Tuesday...
Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman vetoed a bill that would have restricted vending-machine items on county properties and at youth-oriented programs operated by county agencies.
Citing a security issue, Pequannock High School’s board introduced a change in policy that bans outside lunch deliveries from delis, pizzerias and other food establishments.

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