Minn. district to study cost-effectiveness of expanded menu

04/16/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Efforts to increase the variety and healthfulness of food served in Minneapolis high schools are being credited for an uptick in the number of students purchasing meals daily. Bertrand Weber, the district's nutrition director, is working with a consultant to determine whether it will be cost-effective to convert kitchens and make other changes necessary to introduce the same types of food to younger students.

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