Some Grumble About Change as School Lunches Become Leaner and Greener

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  • September 28, 2012
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In this article from NPR, author Sarah Handel discusses how federal guidelines governing what and how much kids are served started being phased-in gradually this year and will continue until 2015. But the new kinds of food—more salad, less 26-ingredient mystery burgers, and fried spuds—coupled with the perception that costs were up and calories were down, has made for a bit of a rocky transition. Handel includes a music video by a group of students who parodied the song "We Are Young" by the band fun. to the tune of "We Are Hungry."

Read the article: "Some Grumble About Change as School Lunch Gets Leaner and Greener" (NPR) 

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