The Utica (NY) City School District routinely sends leftover food that would otherwise be thrown away to the local Rescue Mission, where it helps feed 140 individuals three meals a day, reports the Utica Observer-Dispatch. Daily amounts shipped to the Mission vary as the district tries to maintain a three- to five-percent overproduction rate while feeding some 6,000 students each day. Utica Rescue Mission depends on donations for about 60 percent of its food needs and the school district ...

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