Program helps schools meet new federal requirements.
Contract is worth $569,000.
Wellness in the Schools will continue with revamped menu.
Effort initiated by sixth-grade students.
Previously 90% of students declined breakfast in the cafeteria.
Schools offering healthier meals saw an average profit of $3.5 million over the three-year study.
Byron Sackett wishes he could dine with Steve Jobs and loves Mountain Dew.
Emeline Garcia soaks up information like a sponge at Salida schools.
Doctor says flavored milk, high fructose corn syrup not bad for kids.
Some devout Christians are challenging technology as being the work of the devil.
Survey says 61% of districts contract for food, custodial or janitorial services.
New school meal rules also include no fried foods or sugary drinks.
Program does not follow new nutrition standards.
School struggles to get menu analysis done in time for school year.
Back to School report finds operators finding creative ways to meet requirements.
Wellness programs today involve much more than simply providing healthy food to customers.
Mandate requires students to actually take at least half cup to be reimbursable.
Trans fats cited as possible reason for change.