Chef hopes to improve school cafeteria fare

Sept. 10, 2007
Pilot program in Boston is geared to making school food more healthful and appealing.

Chef Kirk Conrad is training cafeteria managers across the Boston public school system in how to make their food more healthful and attractive. He started serving schoolchildren in Boston last week. A $124,000 pilot program - which includes Conrad's $60,000 salary - runs through March with funding from the Boston Public Health Commission and Project Bread, a statewide nonprofit agency that works against childhood hunger.

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