More than 200 schools in Colorado participated in Colorado Proud School Meal Day, Alamosa News reports.
The day is meant to highlight Colorado agriculture as well as educate students on healthy eating.
At Mountain Valley School in Saguache, Colo., staff served tomatillos, collard greens, purple potatoes, beans, squash and pickled beets, while students at North Conejos School District in La Jara, Colo., enjoyed Colorado peaches.
In Sanford, Colo., students at Sanford Schools got to try local potatoes and were able to vote on if they liked them or not. A map of Colorado was on display so students could see where in the state the potatoes came from.
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