The Boston school system’s food service program is losing millions of dollars each year, hitting a $3.6 million deficit last year and on track for a similar deficit this year, according to a review by the Council of the Great City Schools, a national consulting and advocacy organization, that was obtained and reported on by the Boston Globe. The review, commissioned by the School Department and completed last month, found the program had lost more than $21 million over the past eight ...

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