Seattle Public Schools will be going to central production for all its school meals, according to a report in the Seattle Courant. The district opened a central kitchen in 2002, but it has only been used so far to prepare meals for elementary and special schools. The nutrition services department has now decided to extend that to the district’s 10 middle schools and 10 high schools as well in order to maximize efficiencies. The decision is somewhat controversial because it may mean the loss ...

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