A group of parents at Tampa's MacFarlane Park Elementary School think they have figured a way around the school's prohibition on competitive food sales by having volunteer parents take possession of the meals from a local vegetarian restaurant off school grounds and then delivering them to the students, reports the St. Petersburg Times. The program is a fundraiser for the PTA that sells dishes bought from health food chain restaurants like EVOS and Wholesome Tummies. Originally, the ...
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