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The school will begin offering past items favored by students as weekly specials.
The smoothies are part of an initiative to promote healthy eating and fitness.
To encourage students to visit area restaurants, the cafe will only serve light breakfast and lunch items.
The bowl can be eaten by students following vegan and lactose-free diets.
New program has increased number of breakfasts served from 500 to 3,000 per week.
Through the grant, the districts have hired a farm to school team, implemented a farm to school menu day and purchased fruit sectioners so students can slice their own fruit.
The plan includes unlimited meal swipes and is meant to encourage community amongst peers.
The goal of the program was to expose students to new foods and various cultures.
A pasta bar and a vegan station were added in response to student feedback.
Chefs say menuing the lesser-used fish is a cost-effective way to support local fisheries.

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