‘You never know what you’re going to get’: US supply chain woes leave schools scrambling to feed kids lunch
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School districts are adapting menus daily based on unpredictable deliveries. Many believe things will get worse

On Tuesday mornings, three Little Caesars stores across Oakland county, Michigan, make 273 pizzas, even before they open for business. On Wednesdays, another 320 pies are out the door before noon.

But their customers aren’t sports fans ditching work to watch a day game. They’re students in the Huron Valley schools in Highland, Michigan, north-west of Detroit.

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