Cape Fear Tutoring, Inc. invites the submission of sealed bids from qualified vendors to prepare and deliver breakfast, lunch, & pm snacks to approximately 1320 children, ages 1-18 at respective sites for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program. These sites are located in Wilmington, Leland, Goldsboro, Dunn, Greenville, Winterville, Fremont and Mount Olive N.C. Vendor must also have the ability to prepare and serve lunch in a restaurant setting Monday through Saturday to approximately 179 children, ages 1-18. These restaurants must be located in Rocky Mount, Goldsboro and Wilmington North Carolina as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program. All meals must meet the minimum standards set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture following the Child and Adult Care Food Program for each type. Specific locations will be listed in the Invitation for Bid. Operating dates are _July 3, 2019_to August 26, 2019.
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Bids must be received by 10:00 am on _July 3, 2019_, at 3801 Wrightsville Avenue Suite 1 Wilmington NC 28403. The Bid opening will be held at 2:00 pm at 3801 Wrightsville Avenue Suite 1 Wilmington NC 28403. Bids will be accepted until opening day and time. Interested parties may obtain the bid package at 3801 Wrightsville Avenue Suite 1 Wilmington NC 28403, on any week day from 9 am until 5:00pm or by calling Janet Jones at show contact info
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The contract will be awarded to the responsible bidder whose bid is responsive to this invitation and is most advantageous to the organization, price and other factors considered. Any or all bids may be rejected when it is in the interest of the organization to do so.
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