Where’s the beef (from)? Hawaii public school lunches go local

      Posted On: January 3, 2018

Via Hawaii News Now:

HONOLULU – Hawaii’s effort to grow its own food is taking a step forward as public school students are being served locally-grown beef for the first time in decades.

It’s part of “Farm to School” initiative in which local, grass-fed ground beef will be served during the month of December. Elementary and middle school students are being served teri hamburger steak, while high school students will get teri loco moco lunches. [Keep reading]