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Tweaking school lunch regulations

December 9, 2012
The Journal

When the 2012 school year began in September, public school students saw some big changes in their federally subsidized school lunch menues. More fruits and vegetables, limits on grains and meats, maximum limits on calories and salt. It's all part of a change to address childhood obesity and health issues. Frankly, it was a welcome change to a system where french fries were considered vegetables.

 
 

 

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