Cash sales in the K-12 market have taken a hit recently as many of its most profitable traditional offerings have been forced off the serving line because of newly introduced wellness policies. As a result, schools have struggled to maintain a la carte revenue streams in the face of competition from offsite stores and in-house competitive sales by clubs and school organizations. Chagrin Falls (OH) Schools, with a fairly affluent student population (under one percent free/reduced) drawn to a ...
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