Parents and students were able to learn more about the school nutrition program and sample some of the foods to be offered during the school year.
Kids can enjoy the meals for free, while adults pay $2.
The orchard would provide the campus with fruits including apples, paw paws, blueberries, peaches and plums.
The junior markets will allow students to purchase fresh produce using “nutrition education dollars.”
The options will include Thai curry, fajitas, Jamaican jerk chicken and vegan macaroni and cheese.
Beginning this month, dining services will no longer offer items such as plastic bags and straws.
Despard, director of dining services at the University of Northern Iowa, was given NACUFS' top honor...
When it comes to the procurement of animal protein, FSDs rely on diner expectations to guide them.
Through the Community Eligibility Provision, PSUSD students will receive breakfast and lunch free of charge.
wood-fired pizza
The new space has a more open concept with fresh, made-to-order options.


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