Starting next school year, pasta and other grain products in public schools will have to be whole-grain rich, or more than half whole grain. That includes rolls, biscuits, pizza crust, tortillas and even grits.
A man in Indianapolis made a big splash at a local elementary school when he paid off all overdue lunch accounts.
Ryan Cox went on social media and raised nearly $1,000 in five days to pay the entire balance of $1,200 at Lakeside Elementary School.
The challenge? Serve 6,500 meals a day to kids ranging in age from kindergarten through 12th grade, and those meals must that include foods that kids will not only eat, but enjoy eating. It's a challenge Stacy Rossmiller and her staff tackle every weekday throughout the school year.
The Agriculture Department says that for the first time it will make sure that all foods sold in the nation's 100,000 schools are healthier by expanding fat, calorie, sugar and sodium limits to almost everything sold during the school day
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