LA school district wants to change the way commodity distribution works in California.
A proposal sent in September from the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) to the California State Department of Education (CDE) would dramatically change the way USDA commodities are purchased for and distributed to the district, one of the largest in the country. According to LAUSD Deputy Food Services Director David Binkle, the changes would drive a number of operational efficiencies that would save the district significant sums of money it could use to improve the quality of ...
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