Changes in store for student lunches
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota students will see some changes on their lunch trays when they return to school in a few weeks.
New federal guidelines dictate more fruits and vegetables, smaller portions of meat and protein and fewer calories. That means lunch directors around the country have been testing new lunch tray configurations and brainstorming how to get kids to buy in.
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