Students greeted with higher lunch costs

Aug. 25, 2008
Many schools raise prices in cafeteria
Prices on some school lunch lines are going up this fall as school officials, like many others, struggle to pay higher prices and delivery fees for staples like bread, milk, fresh fruit and vegetables. The price increases, generally about 25 cents a meal, come as school districts in New York and across the country try to eke more out of already tight budgets.To read The New York Times article, click here.

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