Tennessee School District Considers Vending Machines To Expand Food Offerings

Dec. 10, 2014

The Shelby County school board in Tennessee discussed adding vending machines with breakfast, lunch and snack items to area schools to provide students with more options and faster access to meals, according to WREG. The school board is considering adding six machines that will cost about $83,000, according to the source. The school hot lunch program would remain intact.  Full article.