Students get a taste of Washington at annual meal

09/29/2011 | Bellingham Herald (Wash.), The

Each year on Taste Washington Day, students get a lunch that features foods grown in the state, and this year in Whatcom County, the meal featured offerings from a farm-to-school initiative. School district officials say working with smaller farms and companies can make pricing more difficult and it means more labor in preparing food because it is not processed, but it is worth it because the meals are popular with students.

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