A food truck to serve city youth free summer meals is rolling out in New Haven, CT, after a successful trial run last summer, reports the New Haven Register. The $20,000 vehicle, donated by United Way of Greater New Haven, debuted for 20 days last year, serving breakfast and snacks to youngsters 18 and under. This year, it will be offering whole grain cereal for breakfast and alternating deli sandwich and salad, both accompanied by fruit, for lunch and dinner.
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