Poor economy should not derail child nutrition efforts
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#1 Dec 23, 2008
This "problem" , if it can be called that, is characteristic of so many other public school problems. Everybody wants to make the child's 8-hour day at school into an idealistic microcosm of "what the world should really be like".
If they've got the money for whole grains, fine. If they don't, they money will be there again someday.
#2 Dec 27, 2008
Many parents couldn't care less about the menu items at school. They are just delighted to have the free babysitter.
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