20180912-WLMburger-rn4309b.png Rebecca Noble
Cody High School students get lunch on local meat day, part of the district’s six-week menu cycle that features burgers and hot dogs from locally raised cattle.

Vendor deal gives district access to locally raised beef

Cody School District in Wyoming now can menu burgers and hot dogs made from cattle raised nearby, thanks to a partnership with regional firm Wyoming Legacy Meats.

Like many school districts, Cody School District in Wyoming has been looking to get more locally produced ingredients into its school meal program without busting its budget. And that’s what led to a deal with Wyoming Legacy Meats (WLM), an area vendor that sells beef products made from cattle raised nearby.

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