BMHS Pridetime Reporter
Every day a handful of kids descend down to McMahon’s cafe for breakfast and lunch to eat what the school provides, but you can always hear people talking about what they want to know about the school lunch.
In October of 2017, one student Tyrese ('20) accounted that he found mold in his muffin in McMahon’s school breakfast.
Steven Browning one of McMahon’s kitchen managers stated “We try to catch mold or anything like that, anything bad we do try to catch,” “ We rotate, but uh dating, dating it is very important everything that comes in we make sure we date it and anything that doesn’t look to our standards we get rid of it, we throw it in the trash.”
Food safety is a very important concern in high schools, high school lunches are served to 30.4 million students daily.
Steven also stated “We pretty much go by the dates on the boxes (muffins),” “ We still make sure everything is okay.”
Steven said that they work as much as we can to our (Students) standards , if we don’t like anything we can let them know. McMahon , will continue their duties on rotating and checking their food on a daily, to keep up with cafeteria standards and food safety.