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The Bread & Bowl deli/panini station and its customized selections may be the most popular concept overall among students.

Branded concepts, coffee bars boost district lunch counts

Two Illinois Township High School District 113 sites have seen per capita meal participation rocket up by 42% and 35%, respectively, following changes made by new contract firm Quest.

Students are flocking back into the cafeterias at Deerfield and Highland Park High Schools in Township High School District 113, located north of Chicago on Lake Michigan’s western coastline. The reason is the same in both cases: new branded food stations that offer a variety of trendy, customized choices, plenty of ready-made grab-and-go options for those in a hurry and a commercial-style coffee bar that is open all day for those needing a quick refreshment stop between classes.

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