Foodservice management companies serving the school market in in Canada are reporting sales losses of 10 to 30 percent in regions where junk foods like candy, soda and deep-fried offerings have been banned from the lunchroom, according to an investigative report by the Globe & Mail newspaper. The sales are being lost to businesses located near schools that are increasingly adding kid-friendly take-out options like pizza. Three Canadian provinces—British Columbia, Nova Scotia and New ...
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