What Foods are Served through 10 Cents? - 10 Cents a Meal Evaluation Results 2020-2021
See what was on the menu at schools participating in 10 Cents:
- Michigan-Grown Fruits, Vegetables and Dry Beans Purchased by Grantees
- 10 Cents Grantees Purchased a Diversity of Michigan-Grown Products
- What Foods Were Served: Fruits
- What Food Were Served: Vegetables
- What’s on the Menu?
- Michigan-Grown Fruits, Vegetables and Dry Beans Purchased and Served for the First Time
- Michigan-Grown Fruits, Vegetables and Dry Beans of Interest
Purchasing information reported by 10 Cents a Meal for Michigan’s Kids and Farms (10 Cents) grantees showed they purchased a wide variety of Michigan-grown fruits (15 types), vegetables (34 types), and dry beans (nine varieties).
Some of the most common products purchased include apples (98 grantees), cucumbers (57 grantees), peppers (45 grantees), carrots (41 grantees), and green beans (37 grantees). Grantees spent the most (in dollars) on apples (47% of total spending), cucumbers (4% of total spending), green beans (4% of total spending), carrots (3% of total spending), and lettuce (3% of total spending).
Read the whole 2020-2021 10 Cents a Meal Evaluation Report.