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Schools to Feds: Healthy Lunches Too Costly

There are 3 comments on the story from May 29, 2014, titled Schools to Feds: Healthy Lunches Too Costly. In it, reports that:

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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Ashburn, VA

#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

United States

#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:

Ashburn, VA

#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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