The Miami-Dade County (FL) Public Schools vended over 425,000 meals in its high schools during the past school year, generating more than $1.18 million in revenue. The results have gratified district officials who had looked for a way to get more of Miami-Dade’s 99,000+ high school students—more than half of them free-reduced eligible—interested in healthy meals. Then they tried the automated approach, enhancing it with choices developed by a team of award-winning ...
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