Can too many selections scare off customers?
Students opting for nine classes a day instead of scheduling a lunch period.
Chef would lead campaign for healthier options.
Letter says ingredient is safe despite public outcry.
Calif. bill under review would require similar meal standards as public schools.
Company aims to put kiosks in 400 to 500 schools by end of the year.
Grouping vegetables by color will encourage more consumption.
Louise Esaian is reported to have received improper gifts, voilating district policy.
Program was developed as a way to cut costs.
Students can enjoy fresh salad greens through the winter.
A roundup of reactions to the new school regulations from operators in other non-commercial markets.
Kentucky joins five other states in implementing program.
Administrators say complete meals offer more balanced diet.
Nutritionists want more done in terms of healthy options.
New plan would put breakfasts in the classroom.
Foodservice director in hot water over acceptance of gifts.
Students appreciate district's push toward healthy items.
Sarah Wilson embodies the philosophy that her customer is anyone who is not her.