KQED’s Forum: How Nutritious are Calif. School Lunches?

| July 10, 2012 | 0 Comments
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School Lunch. Photo: GettyOn July 1, new federal regulations went into effect to make your child’s school lunch more nutritious, like adding additional fresh fruits and vegetables. After the usual pizza and chicken nuggets, it sounds like needed change. But are schools ready? According to research from California Watch, 60 percent of schools in the state have trouble meeting the old nutrition requirements. How will they get up to speed?

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