Senate measure would require 15 cents toward free and reduced lunches, and 35 cents toward breakfast.
The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act provides federal funds for the after-school dinner program in some areas.
Company joins national effort to promote health and sustainability.
Parents can log on to see menu ingredients ahead of time.
With new meal pattern, the amount of required fruits and vegetables has grown.
New approaches to school foodservice focus on customization and local.
Students no longer allowed to charge lunch in the cafeteria.
Policy creates soda-free zone at elementary and middle schools.
Chefs Move to Schools partnership brings new flavors to students.
Grabbing bagged breakfast has increased participation by 20%.
Chefs share the recipes they grew up loving or what they are cooking at home.
Even if citrus fruits aren’t local, they make for tasty menu additions.
New website plays matchmaker for chefs and schools.
Lunch participation continues to oupace breakfast counts.
Eric Goldstein wishes he could sing, loves really good bread and hates office politics.
New York City’s Eric Goldstein takes a data-driven approach to foodservice.
Garden produces broccoli, Swiss chard, cabbage and lettuce.