"Critics have long taken aim at food served in many of Boston’s elementary school cafeterias: processed, frozen meals sealed in plastic and trucked hundreds of miles from cavernous factories far from New England. "Bids are due this week on a new multimillion-dollar prepared-food contract that could change the menu for 21,000 of the city’s youngest students. But requirements dictated by school administrators will make it difficult — if not impossible — for any firm to win the three-year job, ...
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