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School Cafeterias Trading Lunch Money For Fingerprint Scans

MERRILLVILLE, Ind. (CBS) – More and more schools across the country are opting for a pay-by-fingerprint system in the cafeteria to cut down on theft and speed up the lunch line. 321 more words

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Cafeterias, prisons and federal food programs may soon be serving a high-mercury fish in an innocuous form

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It’s Thursday morning at the Portland Public Schools central kitchen on Riverside Street in Portland, Maine. A crew of white-coat-clad kitchen employees is preparing locally landed Acadian redfish fillets topped with oyster cracker crumbs and seasoned with Old Bay for more than 2,000 elementary school students. 496 more words

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Serving the poor

Recently, in Colorado Springs, I ate lunch at Seeds, a “community restaurant” devoted to making meals affordable to all. Guests are invited to pay what they can and, if that is nothing, to volunteer for an hour. 764 more words

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