Third and Goal

Gracie Cavnar
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Healthy Lunch.pngIn June, the Texas State Ag Commissioner rolled back progressive rules to support healthier lunches in Texas citing complaints by lunch providers that it was too difficult to meet the standard and that students rejected healthier options.  Well, that's not what the rest of the country is reporting, according to a recent survey by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.  Hopefully Texas schools will stay the course and help our kids grow up healthier by rejecting poor nutritional options offered by the big food manufacturers.  But, it will be up to parents and concerned citizens to ensure this outcome.  We have seen ever and over again, its the squeeky wheel...

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<p style="color: rgb(68, 59, 59); font-size: 13px; line-height: 1.384615385; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;"><a href="" style="color:#1190cc;text-decoration:none;">Infographic: Students and Parents Support Healthier School Meals</a> by RWJF on <a href="" style="color:#1190cc;text-decoration:none;"></a></p>

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