Small efforts have reduced trash by 94%.
Timothy Cipriano talks about his time competing on TV's "Chopped."
Partnering with Northern California-based Choicelunch has helped improve participation.
The American Action Forum estimates the regs will cost $127 million.
Directors say they need more time adjusting to lunch regs.
District hopes to find cost savings is districts partner up to provide meals to students.
Schools also considering building greenhouse to provide produce.
Diary industry wants to use the sweetener without labeling milk differently.
Study conducted as part of Share Our Strength.
"Eatiquette" program was designed by local Philly chef.
Schools must only meet weekly maximums.
Choice comes down to cost savings and expertise.
Officials expect program to cut food waste sent to transfer station by 50%.
District found product that met nutrition requirements.
Fruits and vegetables alone has increased in schools 269 percent, according to recent report.
Maryland Meals for Achievement is a program provides free meals for classrooms at participating schools.