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New law requires Illinois schools to offer a plant-based lunch alternative to students

School nutrition programs must provide a plant-based option when requested, starting in 2023.


NACUFS announces 2022 award winners

Grand prize recipients of the association’s Loyal E. Horton dining, nutrition and sustainability awards will be named in July.

The study compared the BMI of elementary students before and after the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act was implemented.

The greenhouses will grow items such as lettuce, legumes, carrots and radishes, and also provide students with hands-on learning experiences.

Fifteen students at Wayzata High School are working in the cafeteria for class credit and close to $17 an hour.

Under pressure from a shareholder, the distribution giant said it will start hunting for Satriano's replacement.

The initiative’s benefits are two-fold: offering interns real-world work experience while giving Chartwells an inside look at what college students want from their dining program.

The options would be offered to students at no additional cost, and schools would be required to provide them during every meal and snack served in the cafeteria.

The Senate is debating whether to include funding for the waivers issued during the pandemic in a supplemental appropriations package.

The new setup better accommodates employees’ more flexible work schedules, the labor shortage and purchasing.

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