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New Parma City Schools Nutrition Services Supervisor focused on fresh fruits and vegetables


PARMA, Ohio -- The farm-to-table movement promoting locally-grown fresh fruits and vegetables has made its way to the Parma City Schools. Newly-hired Nutrition Services Supervisor Bob Gorman is behind the initiative, which attempts to not only nourish bodies, but also open minds to all foods."Generally speaking, local foods taste better and leave less of an environmental impact," Gorman said. "The whole farm-to-school concept also has a piece of nutrition education tied in it.

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