School meals in Boston Public Schools will be healthier and more locally-sourced this fall and students will have a regular role in planning menus as part of a new three-year food service contract with Whitsons Culinary Group. After a competitive review involving three main vendors, the BPS selected Whitsons for a $12.2 million annual contract to provide meals to BPS students. In June, after an initial bid process, Mayor Martin Walsh and Interim Superintendent John McDonough directed ...

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