A biodegradeable tray used by the Hillsborough, FL, district, is color-coded to guide students to meet meal pattern requirements
During the first week of December, the New York City School District began opening sealed bids in a closely watched initiative that looks to leverage the volume of six of the largest districts in the country to obtain better pricing for as many as 271 million compostable school meal trays a year. The RFP in question was created by the Urban School Food Alliance, a collaborative effort by district school nutrition departments in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Dallas and ...
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