In Schools: A growing revenue enhancer

Chater, Amanda
August 1999
FoodService Director;08/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p78
Trade Publication
Elaborates on the catering services of school districts in the United States. Comments from several food service officials; Benefits gained by the Roanoke Rapids Graded School District in North Carolina from its catering services; Items on the Gadsden Independent School District's catering menu.


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