legislation and regulation


The new SNA president sounds off on what's getting in the way of nutrition

The School Nutrition Association’s new president, Becky Domokos-Bays, sounds off on what’s getting in the way of school nutrition—and how to solve it.


Colo. overturns diet soda ban in schools

The state board of education’s ruling has given high schools more power over what they serve.

The findings are part of a larger survey of nearly 1,000 operators showing how the 2016 school year will shape up.

But the $20 million outlay could raise other operators' cheese costs.

Operators will automatically be alerted of a pending battle and given a voice.

Here are a few of the sticky wickets that will greet K-12 FSDs on the first day of school.

A coalition of workers is fighting Seattle's proposal to place limits on how far ahead of time employers can set and alter staff schedules.

A Labor Department investigation revealed workers were illegally denied pay.

After considering public feedback, only slight changes have been made to the rules.

The new rules apply to hotel restaurants, arenas and stadiums.

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