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Chefs for Wichita USD 259 spent months planning dozens of new breakfast and lunch menu items for the upcoming school year, including veggie alfredo, twisted cheese breadsticks and teriyaki chicken...
U.S. citizens overwhelmingly support strong nutrition standards and believe school meals are healthier and on the right track because of them, according to the new survey funded by the W.K. Kellogg...
U.S. Senator Kristen Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) pledged her support of child nutrition at a local rally, announcing bipartisan legislation to expand the USDA Summer Food Service Program.
A soon-to-be-published study shows that students may choose a smaller portion if coupled with a modest prize.
Dora Rivas, whose work in Dallas ISD’s foodservice department garnered White House attention, is retiring effective Aug 31.
The Plantation City Council is considering calling federal agencies if the school board doesn’t remedy an overheated, overcrowded cafeteria.
The violation stems from a $5,000 donation Central Dauphin School District received from its new foodservice provider, The Nutrition Group, for a district-sponsored summer writing program.
Green Lake Elementary’s new cafeteria uses a solar-energy system to preheat water, while another system collects, filters and reuses water for pre-washing dishes—saving the district 200,000 gallons...
Although the decline in lunch sales at Glastonbury Public Schools was less steep last year than the year before, fewer students are forecasted to buy school meals this coming school year.
One school-nutrition director says food manufacturers are making compliance with the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act easier by producing tasty items that meet government guidelines.

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