How Does the Kitchen Get All Its Food?

Have you ever wondered how the kitchen gets all its food? Well if you did, the kitchen gets its food and serves subsidized meals that the government gives money for.   

Breakfast and lunch are served hot daily.  They serve  fresh, frozen and baked items that are purchased from an outside vendor.  They serve about 1,200 lunches and 200 breakfasts.  Two hundred of those lunches are sent to The Guild for Exceptional Children. 

It takes 10 people to serve lunch at PS 102.  The most popular food is pizza.

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One response to “How Does the Kitchen Get All Its Food?

  1. that must of took a lot of research and it ended up being great

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