What the coronavirus pandemic means for K-12 foodservice

In this episode of "Dig In," FSD editors discuss how school closures are impacting the state of school meals.
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To help reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, a number of states have closed K-12 schools for the coming weeks, while Kansas last night became the first state to announce its schools would remain closed for the rest of the academic year. FSD editors Kelsey Nash and Benita Gingerella discuss what this means for school foodservice and how K-12 FSDs are feeling as they look ahead. 



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