Is a school food provider allowed to become a monopoly inside a school?
Our school food provider has been yearly reducing food quality and raising food prices. On the foods that they can't lower quality, they raise prices faster. Cans of soda there are 1.25$, and that is one of the cheaper things. Three pieces of chicken about the size of the space between your pointer and thumb if you make a circle are $4.75. On top of that the lunch program doesn't allow other competition, even vending machines. We can't even order food from outside of the school. Is this allowed?
Asked By: - 11/26/2009
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The food service is seperate from the school. They are an outside food service company that have to bid for the job every year. When bidding, the company has to submit a menu and prices. If the food service is charging crazy prices, the school knows about it. If they are there, then they won the contract and there... More
Answered By: RUALST - 11/28/2009
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no shoot them with a gun before they serve u shit
Answered By: da douchenator - 11/28/2009
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