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CAFETERIA FOOD: Lunch price increases generate saucy remarks

May 22, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — Cafeteria food pricing and lunch menu mandates by the state of Indiana had food service workers overheated at Smith-Green Community School Board of School Trustees meeting Monday.

Pam Hill, a cafeteria worker, told board members of a problem with students charging their lunches, causing a deficit of more than a thousand dollars.

Hill discussed at length her frustration with the federal government’s mandates on pricing and menu.

“The kids still don’t like the food,” Hill said. “We try our best to tweak it and encourage them to try it, but they just throw away so much.”

According to Hill, the school is able to make its own determination on cafeteria finances.

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