For schools, this proves challenging.
Schools are significantly more likely than others to not have specialized staff positions.
Change only affects current school year.
Districts have the will but often not the way.
Challenge ran in October as part of National Farm to School Month.
Showcase was designed so all schools could replicate recipes.
State fights against program run by PTA.
Colleges have “perfect storm” for trucks: space, capital and a customer base eager for fast food.
Getting funding is a challenge, but college operators are leading the way in most construction projects.
School honored for innovation with its snack pack breakfast program.
Parents complain that students are still hungry after lunch.
One foodservice director offers his thoughts on being part of the federal program in the face of new meal regulations.
Breakfast went up 2%, lunch 9%.
School recognized as part of state's Stepping Up to the Challenge, Creating A Healthy School Environment program.
Topping bars and grilled vegetables tempt students.
About 32,000 lunches served in October, but who much thrown away?
New program offers nutritionally balanced $5 lunches prepared by Penne Pasta Cafe.
A Navy man and a former FBI agent are just a few of the faces in Maryland foodservice.
Takes about four seconds for students to swipe.