K-12 operators react to USDA’s proposed changes to the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs

Operators share their thoughts on the potential changes ahead for the federal programs.


Alice Waters partners with UC Davis to create Institute for Edible Education

The space will allow K-12 operators, UC Davis faculty, local farmers, students and others to collaborate to improve food systems.

The bills would ban lunch shaming and allow schools to share excess food with students and accept outside donations toward school meal debt.

State school meal funding would see a 40% increase under the proposal.

The SNA would also like longer lunch periods, preservation of the USDA 2018 Final Rule and more.

Manhattan Beach Unified School District switched to aluminum canned water at some of its schools at the start of the school year.

Providence St. Joseph Medical Center donates about 150 pounds of food a week to a local food pantry.

The tech company's foodservice staff are employed by Bon Appetit Management Co.

Lincoln County Medical Center donates 24 hot meals each week to the High Mountain Youth Project.

Diners at Lynchburg General Hospital’s cafeteria can now enjoy local lettuce from the salad bar.

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