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Parents and students were able to learn more about the school nutrition program and sample some of the foods to be offered during the school year.
Kids can enjoy the meals for free, while adults pay $2.
The orchard would provide the campus with fruits including apples, paw paws, blueberries, peaches and plums.
The junior markets will allow students to purchase fresh produce using “nutrition education dollars.”
Some districts are expanding the Community Eligibility Provision, while others are scaling back. ...
The city will spend $1 million on a pilot program offering the meals.
The $95,607 grant will help the state implement training around school gardens and the culinary arts.
Critics of the bill say that it could cause almost 265,000 children to lose access to free school meals.
The partnership will bring over 200 plant-focused dishes to Sodexo-operated dining facilities.
A school nutrition team uses the spaces to serve breakfast, lunch and sometimes supper to kids.


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