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The machines will provide grab-and-go items for breakfast, lunch and supper.
The acquisition includes Food Services of America, a 16-state broadline distributor.
The foodservice vendor is staffing up for the next school year.
Students in the district’s culinary arts program will use the truck to cook and serve meals to their peers.
The robot will help its human co-workers cook chicken tenders and tater tots.
The event aims to show teachers how to incorporate nutrition education into the daily curriculum.
The intent is to boost traffic at local restaurants.
Advocates are calling for universal free meals, while officials at Baltimore County Public Schools worry about losing funding.
Parents and students were able to learn more about the school nutrition program and sample some of the foods to be offered during the school year.
Kids can enjoy the meals for free, while adults pay $2.

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