School lunches improving but still a long way to go: This week is National School Lunch Week
October 13, 2008
Story can explain the problems that still exist with school lunches and what is being done to improve their nutritional content. Story says school cooked meals remain high in fat and sodium and must incorporate more fruits, vegetables and whole grains. If we really want kids to eat better we have to have a concerted social movement to get the parents involved and the food industry to reduce marketing of unhealthy foods, says Story.
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