Beyond feeding what might be the pickiest demographic, school foodservice directors also have to balance a complicated program awash with tighter budgets, higher costs and new school meal nutrition standards. At the same time, they have to proactively maintain a positive public image. That usually means not turning away students—especially in younger grades—who don’t qualify for a free meal but simply show empty pockets at the cashier station. So what’s a ...

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