A group of 20 foodservice directors from districts across northeast Arkansas are banding together to cope collectively with the challenges of meeting the new federal guidelines for school food menus, reports local station KAIT. The Northeast Arkansas School Nutrition Consortium has existed for the past four years mainly as a purchasing cooperative meant to deal with minimizing the impact of escalating food prices, but it has now expanded its mission to help members plan appealing menus for ...
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