Nearly 100% of K-12 operators had supply chain issues early last school year, USDA study shows

Nutrition programs at larger school districts were more likely to report supply chain-related difficulties. 


Aligning School Nutrition Standards with current dietary guidelines could improve students’ health

A new report from Tufts University shows that updated standards could result in fewer deaths from diet-related diseases and save billions in healthcare costs when students become adults.

The study, which was published in the journal Preventing Chronic Disease, suggests that offering plant-based family food packages may help to lower BMI in children.

A Compass Group survey found that prospective employees are looking at staff benefits more closely than in the past.

Researchers at the University of Houston and University of Arizona are turning to artificial intelligence to better grasp the scope of the issue.

A new report by the Food Research and Action Center shows that breakfast and lunch participation during the 2021–2022 school year was higher than that of pre-pandemic levels.

Researchers from the university's Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions will conduct waste audits at four elementary schools as part of a pilot.

Almost 5.6 million children took part in summer nutrition programs on an average weekday in July 2021, according to the Food Research and Action Center.

A new study by the National Center for Education Statistics analyzes data collected from public schools in October.

Around half of respondents reported that unpaid meal debt is a challenge this school year, with many saying it's accumulating faster than in the past.

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