< Today, child nutrition is being challenged as never before. Even as there are increasing demands for better, fresher and more nutritious (read: more expensive) meals, district foodservices are themselves faced with rising costs and flatlining revenues. In trying times such as this, it's good to have a foodservice director who knows her way around. And that's what Jackson, MS, Public Schools is most fortunate to have in Mary Hill, executive director of the district's ...
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