Supply chain problems threaten school lunch programs

On the day of Martin’s back-to-back meetings, Justino Taveras, today’s driver for PET Dairy, drove into the crates of milk – 1,200 eight ounces cartons for breakfast and lunch, another 500 for dinner. He used to deliver Monday, Wednesday and Friday. But the seller in Spartanburg, SC, is suffers from driver shortages, leading to a shift to Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, a shift that immediately narrowed the district’s vacant refrigerator space.

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