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Madison food truck
The truck will serve healthy, locally sourced lunch options.
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Developments beyond the control of operators could push up prices for equipment and some supplies.
Schools using at least 30% local ingredients in lunches will now receive 25 cents per meal.
The processor will be responsible for purchasing food from local farms and then processing it.
The district says it would have to spend $8 million to cover the program at all schools.
The program targets families who don’t qualify for free or reduced-price meals, but are still struggling financially.
Auer Avenue School teamed up with a local chef to bring hot breakfasts to students each week.
Members plan to introduce a bill that would take processed items out of public school cafeterias.
Local residents join second-graders for a meal twice a week.
The governor’s office is allotting $900,000 in mini grants to expand the programs.

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