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Arizona school’s noro outbreak linked to over 100 ill

October 21, 2014 by

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by Ben Chapman I was chatting with a couple of guys at a birthday party of one of Sam’s friends this past weekend and relayed that I do food safety stuff. One dude said “I hate this time of year: between the colds, pink eye and norovirus our kids pick up at school we’ll all […]

Cambro Kiosk Accelerates Lunch Service for Busy High Schools

September 24, 2014 by

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Sponsored Advertorial Cambro Kiosk Accelerates Lunch Service for Busy High Schools Menu trends, crowded lunch periods and new USDA regulations are just a few of the variables schools need to take into account these days. Eric Zacarias, Food Services Supervisor for the Cincinnati Public Schools, talked about  the changing school foodservice landscape and the equipment […]

Cambro – Enter to Win $2,500 Grab-N-Go Cart

July 27, 2014 by

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Sponsored Advertorial Enter online – click here! Cambro is once again a Patron Sponsor of the School Nutrition Association and they are looking forward to another engaging SNA Annual National Conference in Boston, the place where the first school lunch program began in 1894. The 60’s theme booth will demonstrate a peaceful protest promoting proven […]

Cafeteria Worker Throws Out Student’s Lunch Because He Owes 26 Cents

June 16, 2014 by

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The Huffington Post  | By Rebecca Klein A father is outraged after a cafeteria worker threw out his son’s lunch. The school district has since apologized for the incident. According to KOMO-TV, a cafeteria worker at Mill Creek Middle School in Kent, Washington, threw out a teen’s lunch twice last week after the student was 26 […]

Good Samaritan pays off student lunch accounts

April 21, 2014 by

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Good Samaritan Ryan Cox of Indianapolis decided to step up his game and pay off all the overdue lunch accounts of students at a local elementary school. ‘Ryan went on social media and he raised nearly $1,000 in five days and paid off the whole school’s balance of $1,200.’ WTHR spoke with both Cox and […]