Kids will soon eat more nutritious meals at school, and that means more than just adding carrots and apples as side dishes. New regulations and incentives, as well as a new voluntary program, may provide the opportunity to see how beans can benefit the school lunch menu. In January the United States Department of Agriculture announced the new standards for school lunches, part of the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. The new rules update the nutrition standards for the National School ...

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