Daniel Giusti calls his plan a "huge undertaking and a risky undertaking."
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A critical mass of celebrity chefs is now pressuring City Hall Twitter.
Great, let's put in an order for a million tiny brooms.
The kids have it their way.
The beef was destined for school lunches in several states.
"I believe that we can learn a lot from one another."
Despite some union support for eliminating the offer, board members see staving off hunger as crucial to children's education.
Despite a reported uptick in vermin, the district's food services director is labeling it a "smashing success."
The two chefs are hoping to provide a sustainable school lunch model for Larchmont Charter and other L.A. learning institutions.
Victory for the planet or mere cost-cutting measure?
LAUSD is so far the biggest offender, being forced to pay back over $158 million in funds intended for poor students.
Somewhere there's a freegan out there trying to enroll.
Researchers are left scratching their heads while trying to determine a cause for the drop in obesity rates.
Cafeterias at 10 public schools were recently re-staffed and are now cooking meals again.
Bags are being confiscated by the school system's food police.
State institutions are being prompted to destroy tens of thousands of cases of the stuff.
Yep, everyone's still a critic.
A group of retired military leaders are warning that the majority of today's seemingly eligible recruits are simply too fat for combat.
LAUSD will phase out Styrofoam containers and lunch trays as a result.
McDonald's is giving a free breakfast to all SoCal kids on the first day of school.