Farm-to-table trend comes to more school cafeterias

10/17/2013 | Voice of America

More schools in Maryland are joining the farm-to-table movement and purchasing more locally sourced food for cafeteria menus, Steve Baragona writes. At a time when heat-and-serve meals are common in some schools, Jeffrey Proulx, food-service director for the Washington County school district in Maryland, is taking a different approach by partnering with farmers to provide fresh Asian pears, cherry tomatoes and pork from nearby.

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