Jeff Mills, the new director of food services for the Washington, DC, Public Schools, is starting to implement a number of initiatives he hopes will begin to revamp the money-losing and roundly criticized nutrition services department, reports the Washington Post. Mills, formerly co-founder of the trendy Biltmore Room restaurant in New York City, was hired by D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee to fill a position that had been vacant for more than a year. Among his initiatives is ...
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