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Calif. bill would bring more organic produce to school meals

Under the bill, schools would be reimbursed up to 15 cents per meal to help them purchase certified-organic food grown in California.


University plans 50,000-square-foot global cafe

One World Cafe will include seating for more than 500 students and offer five types of international cuisine.

While it supports the idea behind it, the Maine School Nutrition Association opposes the bill due to concerns of lunch debt increasing throughout the state.

Members of FSD's Culinary Council share what they're doing to keep waste in check.

Nashville General Hospital is the latest healthcare operation to help patients gain access to nutritious food.

A food delivery service will bring healthy, affordable meals to people living in food deserts.

The Food Research & Action Center released its annual report analyzing how U.S. states fare when it comes to school breakfast.

Healthy, Climate-Friendly School Lunch Act would provide state support for staff training, recipe development.

Schools who use local ingredients would be reimbursed based upon the number of meals served.

Multiple student groups were involved in plans for the event.

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