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Hi Parke,Constance Newman here. Great to read you...

2008-05-14T14:46:00.000-04:00

Hi Parke,

Constance Newman here. Great to read your blog. On USDA's school lunch and breakfast Cost Study, I'd be interested to know what you think about their finding about "nonreimbursable meal" revenues covering only 61 percent of full costs on average. They also find that reimbursable lunch revenues come much closer to covering their full costs. I heard that they had a similar result in the first big cost study. Perhaps most of the profits go to other parts of the school budget. But I wonder if you or your readers have other ideas or info...

Thanks!




2008-05-10T22:17:00.000-04:00

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