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Investigators found critical food violations in Chicago hospitals and uncovered a bureaucratic problem – the state and city each thought the other was conducting health inspections.
Students in selected schools will be offered breakfast, lunch and dinner, and packs of non-perishable food to take home on weekends and breaks during the 2015-16 school year.
The School Nutrition Association is asking Congress for an additional 35-cent reimbursement per meal to offset rising food prices and the cost of adhering to new nutritional standards, but it might...
The student, who doesn’t like the new wheat tortillas and whole-wheat pizza crust that are used in the school cafeteria, airs his complaints to the First Lady.
The privately-funded school is going beyond Meatless Mondays and will be the first to offer an all-vegan cafeteria. Officials have been working on making the switch since 2013.
Students who get free or reduced-price lunches are finding themselves hungry at home during snow days. One district is looking for ways to help.
Delinquent accounts in the school district total $9,963 with the seven cases amounting to $4,477, according to the district business office.
Chef Ryan Conklin of Rex Healthcare beat out restaurant chefs to take the Competition Dining Series title, giving a boost to the notion of hospital food.
A study published in Food Research International suggests flooding, warmer temperatures attributed to global warming could compromise the integrity of fresh produce.
Cafeteria workers called police after a dusty green substance was found in a child’s lunch money bag. The mother blamed an ex-boyfriend’s marijuana growing operation.

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