Portland, Oregon receives more than 36" of rain each year, but the foodservice program in its schools is anything but all wet. In fact, it's moving so fast, the rain falls mainly on the local foods it buys, prepares and serves. And for Portland Public Schools (PPS), what has consistently driven decisions is data. The decision to open its central kitchen nearly three decades ago, to close it more recently, on how to reorganize operations, and even the right way to design menus ...
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