Columbus City Schools has decided to begin self-operating its foodservice five months after Sodexo withdrew from its $13-million a year contract, reports the Columbus Dispatch. The district received bids from three other contract management companies but chose to bring the $26 million a year operation in-house. Columbus had traditionally self-operated its dining services but turned to outside management in 2009 after experiencing severe program deficits. The contract with Sodexo ran into ...
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