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Streamlined plan speeds up school lunch service, improves customer experience

How one district is beating the clock by a shaving off seconds at a time for all parts of service and working smarter, not harder, to get more kids through the lunch line, participating and getting the good nutrition they need, all with the added perk of customization.

It’s common complaint among school foodservice professionals, parents, teachers and kids alike that many students aren’t getting adequate time to eat lunch during the school day. The time crunch is definitely for real at Charleston County (S.C.) School District (CCSD): In 25 minutes, 28,000 students—over the span of two hours—must get to the cafeteria from their classrooms, wait in line, get their food, go through the register and eat it, then get back to class.

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