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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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We use a juice machine to juice vegetable trim waste.
The author of “Got Milked” is defending her claims that milk does more harm than good to the human body.
Knox County Schools officials held a meeting to ease parents’ minds about food safety and preparation following an incident in which students were served old pork, some of which dated back to 2009.
Third graders attending Kelsey Pharr Elementary have turned a grass field into several thousand square feet of all kinds of fruit and vegetables.
The Backpack Program gives 500-children that are chronically hungry a backpack full of food for a weekend.
One Pittsburgh-area high school is making strides in reducing waste through active recycling and composting programs supported by the students and community.


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