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School Lunches

  1. school lunches
    New York City Public Schools May Ban All Processed MeatsBye-bye pepperoni, salami, and bologna.
  2. school lunches
    All New York City Public Schools Will Adopt Meatless MondaysStarting in the 2019–2020 school year.
  3. school lunches
    There’s Now an All-Vegetarian School in BrooklynImpressively, this is a student-driven endeavor.
  4. free lunch
    Lunches Are Now Free for All NYC Public-School KidsThe city qualified for a federal program that gives everyone free lunch.
  5. bans
    San Francisco Schools Ban Students From Drinking Chocolate MilkThe city’s school district has found a new way to reduce students’ sugar intake.
  6. food politics
    Trump Administration Begins Dismantling Michelle Obama’s School-Lunch PoliciesUSDA Secretary Sonny Perdue believes her nutrition initiatives need a little “palatability.”
  7. food police
    School Sends Kid Home With Note Shaming Mom’s Homemade Chocolate Cake“Your child has chocolate slice from the Red Food category,” it warned.
  8. health concerns
    New York Lawmakers Want to Put Letter Grades on School CafeteriasJust like restaurants!
  9. Locavorism Finally Invades the City’s School LunchesCafeterias will serve a cheeseburger made with 100 percent New York beef today.
  10. Out To Lunch
    A Noma Chef Will Try to Fix America’s School-Lunch ProblemsDaniel Giusti calls his plan a “huge undertaking and a risky undertaking.”
  11. Hot Lunch
    Tom Colicchio and Dan Kluger Join Fight to Supply Free School LunchesA critical mass of celebrity chefs is now pressuring City Hall Twitter.
  12. Loss Leaders
    Congressman Says Low-Income Kids Should ‘Sweep Cafeteria Floors’ inGreat, let’s put in an order for a million tiny brooms.
  13. Lunch Money
    School Kids Reject ‘Real Beef,’ Demand Return of ‘PinkThe kids have it their way.
  14. Recalls
    58K Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled for Containing PlasticThe beef was destined for school lunches in several states.
  15. Merci
    French Food Minister Visits New York, Discovers the Spork“I believe that we can learn a lot from one another.”
  16. School Lunches
    Sorry Teach, LAUSD Won’t Expel Its Free Breakfast ProgramDespite some union support for eliminating the offer, board members see staving off hunger as crucial to children’s education.
  17. School Lunches
    LAUSD Teachers Rail Against Free Breakfast ProgramDespite a reported uptick in vermin, the district’s food services director is labeling it a “smashing success.”
  18. School Lunches
    Alice Waters Collaborating With Suzanne Goin on School Lunch FundraiserThe two chefs are hoping to provide a sustainable school lunch model for Larchmont Charter and other L.A. learning institutions.
  19. School Lunches
    LAUSD Embraces ‘Meatless Mondays’ At Its School CafeteriasVictory for the planet or mere cost-cutting measure?
  20. School Lunches
    SoCal School Districts Cited For Misusing Millions in School Lunch FundsLAUSD is so far the biggest offender, being forced to pay back over $158 million in funds intended for poor students.
  21. School Lunches
    (Mean Old) Teacher Forces Student To Eat From The Trash In OrangeSomewhere there’s a freegan out there trying to enroll.
  22. Health Concerns
    Weight Lost: Number of Obese Kids Dropping in Some CitiesResearchers are left scratching their heads while trying to determine a cause for the drop in obesity rates.
  23. School Lunches
    Full-Service Cafeterias Cooking Again at Some Philly Public SchoolsCafeterias at 10 public schools were recently re-staffed and are now cooking meals again.
  24. School Lunches
    Flamin’ Hot Cheetoes Declared Public Enemy #1 at Pasadena SchoolsBags are being confiscated by the school system’s food police.
  25. Health Concerns
    Delinquent Peanuts Expelled From California School SystemState institutions are being prompted to destroy tens of thousands of cases of the stuff.
  26. School Lunches
    LAUSD Lunches Get Better Grades, But Now Kids Want Bigger PlatesYep, everyone’s still a critic.
  27. Obesity
    Junk Food Ruining America’s MilitaryA group of retired military leaders are warning that the majority of today’s seemingly eligible recruits are simply too fat for combat.
  28. Gone Green
    Silver Lake Middle School Pushes Out PolysterenesLAUSD will phase out Styrofoam containers and lunch trays as a result.
  29. Freebies
    Because The First One’s Always Free…McDonald’s is giving a free breakfast to all SoCal kids on the first day of school.
  30. Quote of the Day
    Marc Vetri Has Something to Say About the Sad State of School Lunch ProgramsThe renowned chef says school lunch programs don’t cut it.
  31. Health Concerns
    California’s Improved School Lunches May Actually Be Working!A new study reveals that the state’s high school students are consuming 158 fewer calories than their counterparts.
  32. School Lunches
    Roy Choi Fomenting Food Revolution at Jefferson HighThe chef is engineering a student fruit store in South L.A.
  33. Mediavore
    LAUSD Launching Free Breakfast Program; Vegans Mad at Strawberry FrappucinosThe meatless go crazy when they learn Starbucks has spiked their shakes with coloring from a beetle.
  34. Health Concerns
    Very Low-Grade Beef: USDA Still Buying Pink ‘Slime’ for SchoolTwo former microbiologists speak out against the potential hazards of the gross “meat” product.
  35. Mediavore
    Ludo Unveils LudoBites Cookbook; Lee Baca Under Fire for Lending CountyThe Sheriff is accused of offering the vehicles to a group of cronies, including the owner of Mister V’s Bar and Grill.
  36. Mediavore
    Obama Mulls National School Vending-Machine Rules; Wal-Mart Eyes ChinaApples and almonds could replace school lunch supplements like Snickers and Cheetoes.
  37. Mediavore
    Heart Attack Grill Customer Goes Into Cardiac Arrest; Jamie Oliver Finds aThe Naked Chef’s new restaurant has a treasure trove of loot in its basement.
  38. Mediavore
    YouTube Launching Food Channel; A Look into Suzanne Tracht’s KitchenFormer Food Network boss Bruce Seidel is heading up the project.
  39. Mediavore
    Eating’s Effect on Aging; Homeless Teens Seek Cellphones Over FoodEating less may keep you young longer, which probably explains why we feel so ancient.
  40. Mediavore
    Students Criticize LAUSD’s New Lunches; Whiskey Might Fortify Your PortfolioQuinoa salad struggles to compete with Flamin’ Hot Cheetoes for the hearts and minds of schoolkids.
  41. Mediavore
    Korean Tacos Hit Seoul; Should There Be a Ban on Bullfrogs?The next controversial food making news in the Chinese-American diet could be these disease-spreading amphibians.
  42. Mediavore
    Florida Prisoner Protests Soy Diet; UCLA Cafeteria Goes GlobalMystery meat is increasingly being replaced by sushi and pork ramen.
  43. Truckin’
    Marin Schools Bribing Kids With Cookies to Stop Buying Lunch From Off-CampusJunk food trucks keep pulling up a block away from the school, and hundreds of kids get their lunch there.
  44. Weak Sauce
    Red Scare: France Bans Ketchup From SchoolsIs it us, France? Did we do something?
  45. Mediavore
    El Torito Owners File For Bankruptcy Protection; How to Pack Lunch with Love andRM Restaurant Holding, which also owns Acapulco and Chevy’s, is feeling the pinch of the recession.
  46. Mediavore
    LAUSD Starts Anti-Obesity Campaign; Salt Can Also Harm Your BrainThe “I’m In” campaign seeks to promote new changes to school lunches.
  47. Mediavore
    Introducing Cigar-Flavored Beer; Iowa Egg Farms Won’t Clean Up Their ActsThe new brew is aged in Spanish cedar for its distinctive character..
  48. Mediavore
    Wine-Drinking Linked to Lower Weight Gain; Andre Ethier Connects With UnionThe Dodger star helps grill hot dogs and prepare Thanksgiving turkeys for those in need.
  49. Mediavore
    The Cost of Obesity; The Party’s On in TemeculaThe region struggles to be taken seriously for its wine as hordes descend just to get drunk and have a good time.
  50. Mediavore
    Vetri Has a Better Plan For School Lunches; Google+ Does Cooking ClassesPlus: YUMM brings fresh fruit to Philly’s food deserts via bicycle; and nearly 10,000 restaurants closed in the U.S. last year, all in our morning news roundup.
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