A vendor that supplied Guam's public schools for decades is crying over spilt milk after the U.S. Department of Agriculture yanked Foremost Foods Inc.'s contract and handed it to a competitor. Foremost argued that its milk should still be on the menu and the Journal has learned that it is exploring its way to force the milk-supply contract to be competitively bid out again . . .
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