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School district apologizes after throwing away students’ meals

Around 40 students at Richfield High School had their hot lunches thrown away Monday and replaced with a cold lunch due to having a negative lunch balance of $15 or more.


What’s on tap for senior living menus?

Hear about the trends impacting this growing segment, including snacking, bar food and changing dietary preferences.

Mark Bordeau has been named the 2020 Golden School Foodservice Director of the Year.

Veterans can join Broward County Schools students for lunch next Tuesday in honor of Veterans Day.

Fourth- and fifth-graders used carrots from their school garden to make curry carrot soup and carrot-pineapple muffins.

The breakfast at HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital will honor Veterans Day.

The meals are a part of her education plan, which would be funded through her proposed wealth tax.

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

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.

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.

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