The foodservice program at Lee Public Schools in Lee, Mass., has ended its 2017 fiscal year with a $21,560 surplus, The Berkshire Eagle reports.
The surplus marks a large jump over 2015, when the program closed out the fiscal year with a $10,000 deficit.
Food Service Director Lorrie Goodfellow says the surplus is due to expanding breakfast , buying quality food at lower prices and cutting back on food waste.
"We've increased sales, especially at breakfast, where sales are up 39%. Lunch participation is up about 1%,” Goodfellow said.
Breakfast at the district...