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Students and Teachers Ask for Healthier School Lunches

by Savitha C Muppala on September 27, 2012 at 12:29 AM
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 Students and Teachers Ask for Healthier School Lunches

Healthier school lunches are need of the hour and students and teachers across the USA are saying they are still hungry after consuming a meal.

As per the recent government nutrition standards, schools need to serve more variety with enhanced portions of fruits and vegetables.

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There is also a limit placed on the number of calories that can be served at meals which is dependant on the age of student.  If Federal reimbursements are to be cleared, schools must start complying with the standard.



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