Clark County (NV) Schools has seen an increase of nearly 15 percent in grab-and-go lunch sales since the deployment earlier this year of mobile serving stations in 11 district high schools. The stations have also boosted meal sales out of the traditional cafeterias by almost five percent, perhaps because the carts have eased lunch lines, says Charles Anderson, director of food & nutrition services. The stations consist of a POS/display unit and a display cooler that holds a selection of ...

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