Eat Generic?

The Department of Public Works is urging that federal agencies use generic terms, not brand-name labels, when contracting millions of dollars’ worth of food and drink. The government buys more than $149 million worth of groceries annually. No authority would agree to an interview on the National Food & Beverage Procurement Strategy.

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