Compromise deal will have celebrity chef formulate dishes for the district.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has agreed to propose three weeks of menus meeting government regulations and school lunch cost constraints for the Los Angeles USD at the request of LAUSD Foodservice Director Dennis Barrett. The district had previously turned Oliver down on participating in his Food Revolution reality TV show. Barrett's proposal asks Oliver to formulate dishes that meet all federal school lunch program requirements as well as local requirements, plus cost no more than 77 cents ...
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