Mass. districts consider ways to boost meal revenue, student participation

03/28/2014 | Eagle-Tribune (North Andover, Mass.), The

School nutrition professionals in Massachusetts are considering steps necessary to improve revenue and student participation following a decline in reimbursements after the adoption of revised federal school meal guidelines. Meal prices may be increased, as officials say they have lost thousands of dollars this year because students have opted for a la carte items or they bring food from home instead of purchasing traditional meals, which are tied to federal reimbursements.

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