Six Mega School Districts Form School Food Alliance

Six of the largest school districts in the United States will share best practices and build a coalition to drive food costs down and up quality, ultimately giving students healthy options for school meals.

Six of the largest school districts in the United States have joined to share best practices and build a coalition to drive down their food costs down and increase their meal quality by forming the Urban School Food Alliance. The New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami-Dade, Dallas and Orange County (Orlando) districts purchase more than $530 million in food and food supplies annually and through the Alliance they plan to use that purchasing power not only to drive down food and supply

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