At Ethel I. Baker Elementary School, like at other schools, the kitchen is so small that food service workers bump into one another just to get to a refrigeration unit. More than 700 students eat breakfast, lunch or both at the school, but kitchen workers contend with inadequate food preparation surfaces and limited oven and refrigerator space . Advocates are pushing for a $40 million central kitchen that has been discussed for several years. Loretta Kalb The Sacramento Bee
At Ethel I. Baker Elementary School, like at other schools, the kitchen is so small that food service workers bump into one another just to get to a refrigeration unit. More than 700 students eat breakfast, lunch or both at the school, but kitchen workers contend with inadequate food preparation surfaces and limited oven and refrigerator space . Advocates are pushing for a $40 million central kitchen that has been discussed for several years. Loretta Kalb The Sacramento Bee

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