House lobbies for canned fruits and vegetables to qualify for program.
Atlanta school struggles with getting kids to try sweet potatoes.
Fry replaced J. Michael Floyd, who was promoted in June.
The move is expected to save $$20,000 to $30,000 annually.
A $15,000 prize will help expand program to six more colleges.
Lawmakers suggest foodservice be privatized.
University of Connecticut students returning to the Storrs campus this fall will be greeted by small plates at the renovated McMahon dining hall.
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Districts are looking for ways to reduce sodium without compromising taste.
Frozen yogurt favorite will open inside student center.
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