The Kent (WA) School District is using its central production kitchen to produce sandwiches for a private company. The extra income will allow Kent schools to refrain from raising school lunch prices, says Foodservice Director Dan Johnson. The one-year contract with iLuvfoods, Inc., a Seattle-based food manufacturer and distributor, will generate an estimated $100,000 for the school district over the next year, or about 10 cents per sandwich prepared. The district will produce up to 3,000 ...
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