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After several members of our staff attended a class on smartphone photography, we came back and trained the rest of our staff to take pictures of the plates they prepare.

It’s hypocritical to take government money and then suggest, as one school official did, that the government should not expect accountability.

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A recent survey of its members by the School Nutrition Association revealed that many operators are facing moderate to serious challenges in meeting the stricter nutritional requirements set by the U...
In one New Jersey school district, a foodservice contractor has solved the problem of serving school meals that satisfy both government mandates and students’s appetites.
The district’s superintendent apologized after a high school cafeteria manager created two serving lines and barred students receiving free or reduced-price lunch from one of them.
The latest report from a nonprofit physicians group suggests an unhealthy relationship between fast food chains and some hospitals.
San Diego Unified School District is investigating a rat problem after an employee in one high school found large amounts of rodent droppings in the cafeteria and other locations.
New initiative supplies students in need with four meals and snacks every Friday to help keep them fed over the weekend.
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Take quinoa from ordinary to extraordinary by adding sweet grilled pineapple, tomatoes and fresh herbs.
A letter and recipe from a first grader led to a new item being added to the school lunch menu – pigs in a blanket.


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