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One of the provisions of the Food Recovery Act encourages schools to buy lower-priced “ugly produce.”
West Cape May Elementary will use the funds to expand a school garden, build a winter greenhouse and add a storage shed.
Although free breakfasts should take no more than 15 minutes, parents at PS 343, the Peck Slip School, say it takes as much as 30.
The goal is not only to introduce students to healthy foods but also to save money, officials say.
North Middle School students can choose from a variety of food, including fruit, vegetables, proteins and breakfast.
The strategy includes adjusting schedules.
The Curbside Café also serves breakfast.
A taste test raises the possibility of drinks they might otherwise find at a Starbucks.
The program pivots on kitchen rationalization.
Majority of the respondents support requiring students to take a fruit or vegetable with their meals, according to the poll by a children’s-health advocacy group.

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