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UMass food service going local and lighter

By M.E. Malone
Globe Correspondent / April 21, 2010

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While Jamie Oliver takes on the task of revamping West Virginia school lunches as part of his “Food Revolution’’ campaign, Ken Toong, executive director of dining services at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, is one of a growing number of high school and college food service managers who are feeding students more fruits and vegetables without busting their budgets. (Full article: 359 words)

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