Memphis City Schools’ Nutrition Services Director James Jordan has resigned amid an investigation of improper food handling and business practices at the district’s food warehouse, reports the Commercial Appeal newspaper. An audit by the district and the local health department found nearly $600,000 worth of food had to be discarded from the Central Nutrition Center central production facility because it had been improperly stored, had been thawed and refrozen, had expired or had been so ...

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