Nutrition standards for food sold outside the school meal program can actually increase school food revenue. Read More
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“The city’s public school district is among the first in the area to have its menus certified under regulations put forth by the federal Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, according to Jill Lucius, director of nutrition services.” FULL ARTICLE- January 17, 2013
“The new, never-frozen school lunches served in San Francisco are already drawing rave reviews from city students — with nary a spaghetti noodle or meatball left by many of the kids at Tenderloin Elementary.” FULL ARTICLE- January 14, 2013
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