TOTAL NEARS 45 MIL. LBS.: 'Bountiful' pear crop prompts buys

Salkin, Stephanie
August 2003
FoodService Director;8/15/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p52
Trade Publication
Relates the food products that the U.S. Department of Agriculture plan to purchase in 2003. Number of canned Bartlett pears that it will be purchase for donation to child nutrition and other domestic programs; Plans of purchasing chicken fajita strips for school lunch and other programs; Launch of its deli-style turkey breast and smoked turkey breast for the 2003 school year.


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