SALES UP IN INDIANA: Students embrace grab-n-go format

January 2004
FoodService Director;1/15/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p20
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Focuses on the grab-n-go foodcourt of the Custer Baker Middle School in Franklin, Indiana. Description of the foodcourt; Items included in the menu served by the foodcourt; Benefits of the foodcourt to students; Effort of the school's foodservice team to gather ideas on design and operation of the foodcourt.


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