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Sen. DiDomenico celebrates Universal School Meals with federal food official, statewide groups

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  Last week State Senator Sal DiDomenico joined Project Bread, USDA Food and Nutrition Service Administrator Cindy Long, State Representative Andy Vargas and many others for a roundtable discussion celebrating the work that the legislature, schools and anti-hunger organizations have done in Massachusetts to ensure robust access to school meals. “I am proud to work alongside these dedicated groups, advocates, and colleagues and we will keep pushing and advocating until the Universal School Meals program is fully funded and made permanent in our state,” said Senator DiDomenico. “This is the year to make it happen and our students and families should not have to worry about food in our schools. Making free universal school meals permanent throughout the Commonwealth is one of my highest priorities this session.”

Project Bread President Erin McAleer (sitting in front of poster) next to USDA Food and Nutrition Service Administrator Cindy Long (right)

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