The Boulder Valley (CO) School District foodservices program has experienced a revenue shortfall in the first half of its new dining program under Chef Ann Cooper, reports the Boulder Daily Camera. The shortfall is due primarily to a steep drop in a la carte sales, which have more than offset a modest increase in the number of hot lunch sales. While the hot lunches grew around four percent over last year, al la carte sales of snacks and beverages dropped to around $243,000 from $710,000 ...
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