Here’s a link to the new standards for snacks sold in schools, http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/Governance/Legislation/allfoods_flyer.pdf. I heard someone express concern about whether the new standards will leave student athletes hungry. Maybe an athlete will have to buy more than one snack if they’re hungry or, better yet, bring a healthy, more filling snack from home. Either way, limiting soda and other sugar drinks, along with other JUNK food sold in schools is a great idea.
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