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Rising food prices push school lunch fees higher

The Education Collaborative allows 48 food service directors a discount on favorites such as crispy chicken patties and milk. (Globe Staff / Yoon S. Byun) The Education Collaborative allows 48 food service directors a discount on favorites such as crispy chicken patties and milk.
By Michele Morgan Bolton
Globe Correspondent / June 12, 2008

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In the waning days of the school year, students and parents are probably not thinking much about the price of a school lunch. But by next fall, that mundane detail of school life could command more attention. (Full article: 976 words)

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