The Broward County (FL) School District food and nutrition services department has lost about $22 million in the past five years, according to an audit commissioned by the school district, reports the Miami Herald. The results were presented to an audit committee reviewing the department’s finances as part of a larger district initiative to identify sources of wasteful spending. Broward's food and nutrition department, with a budget over $90 million and 230 school cafeteria sites, had a ...

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