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School Lunch Daze

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It costs the U.S. government $6 billion per year to feed the 29 million students enrolled in the National School Lunch Program, and commercial food vendors are keen to get a slice of the pie, according to this NewsWeek article. In doing so, however, they have to negotiate strict federal restrictions on price and nutrition. And they have to make their choices "cool" enough for kids to eat. But are the kids getting what they need?

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The school lunch program has help especially when no child should be left behind. Thanks for the yogurt and milk, including the strawberry. It's delicious.
part-time teacher, Paula Maria

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