Union workers win right to eat really old chicken pot pies6/11/2012
Who says organized labor has lost its clout? Unionized cafeteria workers in a western Pennsylvania school district can now chow down on expired food for free -- as long as they do so at their own risk, according to an agreement reached between the workers and the district this week. The American Federal of State County and Municipal Employees filed a grievance against the Sharpsville Area School District last year, saying the district "violated established past practice" in charging cafeteria workers for food or drink that wasn't sold or eaten by students. The agreement means workers are now entitled to take their chances on powdered donuts gone stale or those mouth-watering reheated tuna casseroles that can't be served to students.
What foods sold at school cafeterias do you crave?