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The state board of education’s ruling has given high schools more power over what they serve.
The new program bundles menus, recipes, purchasing and inventory to maximize operators’ time.
The foodservice vendor seeks to enhance its purchasing power in healthcare and education.
The beef will help meet student and faculty demand for local menu items.
The foodservice provider pledged to go fully cage-free by 2025.
After considering public feedback, only slight changes have been made to the rules.