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The switch to meals on demand is intended to boost food quality while reducing waste.
The school foodservice employees say they are ready to strike as early as next month. The employees are members of Teamsters Local 320 and are fighting for a $15 hourly wage.
The group of urban school districts has gained three new members. The group will reach 3.6 million students and increasing its yearly purchasing might to $735 million.
Employees are prepared to strike if an agreement isn’t reached by Oct. 10. The workers are requesting a minimum annual income of $35,000 for full-time work.
School operations are tackling industry trends while employing a variety of means to address changing rules for school meals, according to a recent survey by the SNA.
Tempeh and falafel are being offered at eateries around campus. The new items were introduced in response to students’ requests for more vegetarian and vegan dishes.
Union members will vote this week on whether or not to strike next month. The employees are asking for a $35,000 wage as well as affordable health benefits.
The packages would be provided to freshmen in a bid to stop silverware theft in the dining halls.
Wicked Eats will offer globally inspired street food. Guests will be able to customize each dish with their choice of protein, vegetables and sauce.
A bill that would disallow schools from denying lunch to indebted students was passed by the state Senate Thursday. The legislation now goes to Gov. Jerry Brown.

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