WITH DIGITAL SCANNERS: Fla. schools speed svc

March 1999
FoodService Director;03/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on the introduction of digital scanners by several schools in Duval County in Jacksonville, Florida, to read identification cards in school cafeterias. Benefits of the program; Cost.


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