Schools to Feds: Healthy Lunches Too Costly
By Melinda Carstensen Should schools be allowed to opt out of certain school lunch nutrition standards? Public schools have argued the standards set in 2012 are too costly and are wasteful.
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#1 May 29, 2014
No its not. Stop sending aid to barbaric countries who hate us and start using that money for our American children's lunches. Its that simple.
Since: May 14
#2 May 29, 2014
Of course they have to! Healthy lunch can be inexpensive. I watched this video where chef Ann Cooper make a healthy school lunch for $1.15. America's future is in the hand of the younger generation. They should be feed nutritious food. If you want to see chef Ann Cooper in action: http://agrilicious.org/video/in-search-of-foo...
#3 May 30, 2014
Michelle is doing a wonderful job with revamping the school lunch program. You parents with fatazz sow children should be thanking her.
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