L.A. School Dist. doubles Provis. 2 participants

November 1998
FoodService Director;11/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p5
Trade Publication
Highlights the results of the Los Angeles Unified School District's (LAUSD) United States survey of school foodservice programs in 1997. Average participation rate; Participation in the School Breakfast Program; Districts with a Child Care Food Program; Complete information on lunch program. INSET: 75% use branded products.


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