Conn. schools seek to provide locally produced food

04/22/2013 | (Connecticut)

Some school nutrition professionals in Connecticut say they want to provide more locally produced food for students, but challenges remain, including cost, lack of necessary infrastructure, and lack of alignment between the school year and the growing season. Some say strategies to overcome these challenges include processing food to serve later in the season, coordinating delivery and pickup systems, and revising state rules regarding distribution.

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