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Customers of full-service establishments can still get one upon request.
This is the district’s third food truck.
The state legislation signed into law this week is the first of its kind.
The government says that the meals will potentially benefit more than 284,000 students.
More than 200 schools across the state participated.
The straws are being replaced with recyclable lids that can be sipped through.
Students revealed what improvements they thought could be made at their school cafeteria.
The dish, which includes hominy, corn and carnitas, was developed via a partnership between the nutrition team and chefs Adrienne Cheatham and Jet Tila.
The changeover will be complete across campus in about a year and a half.
The partnership has allowed Rosedale to provide its students with fresh, non-prepackaged meals.


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