An after-school supper program begun by the Los Angeles Unified School District in September is now serving 70,000 suppers a day at 540 sites across the district. The program has proved highly successful, according to Director of Foodservices David Binkle, and the district is in the process of reviewing proposals from several meal providers that would allow it to serve freshly-prepared supper meals as opposed to the shelf-stable meals it has used since the program started. “We ...
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