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Packing a pasta dish with veggies is a great way to get consumers to glady meet their nutritional goals.
Officials say Hawkins County Schools’ child nutrition manager has been suspended three days without pay and given a permanent letter of reprimand after students were served pork, some of which dated...
Governor Chris Christie vetoed legislation that would require schools to take students’ cultural food preferences into account, saying it would “burden hundreds of school districts.”
Students at one Kentucky high school are happy about the two greenhouses on campus, but are more excited about where the foods end up.
Republican lawmakers seek changes to the program after the USDA reports nearly $2.7 billion in improper payments during the 2012-2013 school year.
While the state has no formal policy on banning foods from school cafeterias, there are safety measures in place to prevent exposure to the top eight foods that cause allergic reactions.
The Tucson Village Farm teaches an average of 12 schools per-month the value of fresh ingredients and demonstrates how much sugar and fat are in children’s meals.
Students in a Chicago suburb found they could save nearly 500 pounds of cafeteria food waste from landfills by sorting and taking it to a composting site.
A team of staff, cooks and parents at Trinity Lutheran School did the math and now serves a variety of options at lunch—decreasing the chance for food to be thrown away.
The strawberry French toast and smoothies were among favorites Hillsborough County School students tested and approved for next school year.


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