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Weak supply chains impacting Sturgeon Bay schools

The Sturgeon Bay School District’s food service has felt the effects of supply chain issues as they try to provide lunches within the district. Jennifer Spude, the director of food services for the Sturgeon Bay schools, says that she was surprised to find problems with receiving commodities from the government and other food vendors.



With these problems with attaining the necessary food supply, Spude has begun ordering the food that she does not receive from her vendors or the government from local businesses. Unfortunately, it is not just the food that is hard to attain, Spude says they are also having trouble finding items like portion cups. Because of this, the food service department has had to become flexible and more aware of needs when it comes to distributing certain items. Although it has become more difficult to procure food and items, Spude urges families and students to participate in the free lunch program that the Sturgeon Bay School District provides for everyone.


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