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West Virginia University partners with celebrity chef Aarón Sánchez to launch Mexican station

The station, called Adobo Cantina, is set to open in the spring semester.

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Minnesota schools that give alternative meals to students with meal debt are breaking the law, state attorney general says

The state banned lunch shaming last year; however, its department of education asked for clarification on the law after receiving reports that some schools were still serving alternative meals.

Chef Anthony Bauer, a member of Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, prepared Smoked Bison on Gullet Bread.

Chicken sandwiches are still trending, but some more surprising menu items are on the move, according to the "What's Hot" report.

Chicky was created in partnership with local chef Kathy Casey.

The rolls are a new addition to the company’s grab-and-go concept, Chef Fresh.

The department is putting $50 million toward the initiative, which aims to foster collaboration between schools and the food industry at large.

A majority voted in favor of Proposition FF, which would increase taxes for some Coloradans to fund the free meals and provide nutrition-related grants for schools.

The two big foodservice contract companies commit to cut regional food waste in half by 2030.

University Dining instituted "microshifts" that fit better into student schedules. The result erased staffing shortages.

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