Fueling up in classrooms

Pearl, Anita R.
June 2000
FoodService Director;06/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p108
Trade Publication
Offers a look at how foodservice directors handled breakfasts to United States school children used to eating-on-run. Marilyn Edwards of the public school system in Rutland, Vermont; Tom Pellegrino of the Osseo, Minnesota area schools; Marilyn Hurt of schools in lacrosse, Wisconsin; Sue Brown of the DeLong Middle school in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.


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