An aggressive sampling program of potential new recipes is part of the strategy to turn around a school meal program deficit in the Greater Albany (NY) Public Schools, reports the Albany Democrat-Herald. Albany's school meal program has been in deficit three of the last four years—$35,000 in 2011-12 and almost $41,000 last year—due to participation drops. Encouragingly, the number of meals served was more than a thousand over projection for September and almost 2,800 over ...

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