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Proposed SNAP changes could cut automatic free lunch for 1 million students

Families who are no longer eligible for SNAP would have to apply separately to continue to receive free or reduced-price meals.


New eatery at Liberty University lifts sales

Customizable bowl concept Umai is driving more diner interest than the Tex-Mex spot it replaced.

Parkview Health in Fort Wayne, Ind., will work with at least five nearby school districts to create an in-depth farm-to-school plan.

The Universal School Meals Program Act would eliminate any requirements needed for free school meal eligibility.

Here’s an inside look at the brainstorming, collaborating and eating that took place during FoodService Director’s recent event.

All families who complete the application will be entered to win a gift card, even if they don’t qualify for free or reduced-price meals.

Supporters of the bill say it will help cut back on waste while helping local farmers.

The University of Michigan’s dining team shared its sustainability accomplishments during FoodService Director’s third annual Culinary Council Chefs’ Summit.

Students in 10 counties could use their assistance credits at local restaurants.

The measure is aimed at ending lunch shaming.

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