school meals

And here's how we could finally (maybe, one day) get the epidemic under control.
The bill prevents public schools from punishing, stigmatizing and refusing meals to students who either cannot pay or have a negative balance in their lunch account.
YouTuber Chris O'flyng has announced a partnership with WhyHunger and Prizeo to raise awareness surrounding the United States hunger crisis.
Funding for Housing, Health, and Social Services Block Grants Has Fallen Markedly Over Time The proposed block grant would
Lebanon is one of the main countries where Syrians have fled to during the last five years of civil war. But once the refugees arrive they face all kinds of challenges just to have the basics of food and shelter. They have little or no resources.
WFP director Ertharin Cousin says, "Poor Haitian farmers living in vulnerable places must have the capacity to endure future
"This is a substance I'm not familiar with -- can somebody tell me what this is?"
Fine cuisine is alive and well in the school lunchrooms of France. The menu includes lamb tajine, veal, crêpes, organic veggies, pâté and organic bread. Oh, yes -- and a cheese course.
DS: As we know, our children's health and well-being are at a crossroads. Today, about one in three children and teens are
Africa is an immense and very diverse continent. If one considers its 55 countries, there is a wide range of realities and
It is the right of all children to grow up with food and education. Yet so many go without. But if we can give children worldwide a holiday gift, why not let it be school meals for the New Year.
By now many of you have likely read "Why Students Hate School Lunches," by Kate Murphy in this week's New York Times Sunday Review. Here's my one word reaction to the piece: GAH!!!!
  A satirical video starring Nick Offerman shows why we should take school lunch legislation seriously.  Produced through
Why it's on all of us to ensure access to healthy, clean-label food in schools
The biggest problem with school food isn't that it's too healthy, or that students are being offered too little. The biggest problem is that industry is feeding our kids, and we're letting it happen.
On International School Meals Day think of this ultimate goal: That every child in the world should receive food and education. Our generation should be the one that makes this wish for children come true.
Chinese-processed chicken can easily appear on school lunch trays, despite the USDA's initial statement to the contrary. That means we may be exposing an especially vulnerable population -- children -- to potential food safety risks.