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Another hospital opens a food pharmacy

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


California bill introduced to encourage plant-based options at schools

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.

With experts paying more attention to nutrition and food as medicine, more and more hospitals and communities are thinking outside the box to ensure those that need it can get food for what ails them.

Schools qualify for the program if 70% of their students are eligible for free or reduced-price lunches.

In less than one week, the initiative racked up donations totaling more than $1,650.

The benefit raised enough money to fund half of the program’s annual budget.

Members of FoodService Director's Culinary Council dish on the items they expect to make the most impact on their menus this year.

Robots are becoming less of a novelty as dining operations seek evermore ways to meet diners where they are.

The federal proposal is intended to encourage kids to drink more milk.

As record-low temperatures grip large swaths of the Midwest, foodservice operators continue to feed a variety of customers—whether they be students, patients or staff. Here’s how they’re doing it.