Schools are struggling to provide meals to students across the country due to product shortfalls, delivery delays, and labor shortages, the crisis has drawn national attention because many low income children get the majority of their nutrition from school-provided meals, now the federal government is stepping in with extra funding.
For more, KCBS Radio news anchors Patti Reising and Kris Ankarlo spoke to Katie Wilson,Executive Director of the Urban School Food Alliance.
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