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Here’s an education guide to teach students, at all grade levels, how not to waste the food they take during school lunch.
Sodexo will be hiring university students to fill 64 dining services positons when a new building, with new dining opportunities, opens.
Aramark reportedly is hiring a general manager at a Canadian university where students were served nearly raw pork chops and moldy lemons.
The numbers of students benefitting from school breakfast is rising, and could continue to do so under the USDA's new community eligibility program...
Some hospitals even offer a “McDelivery” program, allowing patients to order McDonald’s to their room, despite a physicians group's objection to unhealthful foods in hospitals...
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have found two critical points in children’s lives when exposure to junk food is most harmful. The discovery could help prevent people’s dependence on...
The Kansas City Health Department had cited foodservice provider Aramark for safety violations in 2014, when inspectors found moldy food at concession stands during baseball playoff games.
Healthy but unpopular lunches are costing cafeterias nationwide. One foodservice director has even vowed to write to Michelle Obama to voice her concerns.
An Alaskan school district is considering implementing a stricter nutritional policy, one that would include making healthy foods cheaper than junk foods.
Large agricultural states such as California are lagging behind smaller, East Coast states in becoming part of the farm-to-school movement, according to a report from National Public Radio.

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