The Illinois Center for Soy Foods at the University of Illinois, together with the Illinois Soybean Checkoff Board and Archer Daniels Midland have launched a pilot program to demonstrate the benefits of including soy in the state's school lunch programs. One or two schools in each of the selected districts—Ford Heights in the South Chicago area, Pekin, Champaign, Decatur and Murphysboro—will participate by serving soy alternatives as part of their menus. The project will involve enhancing ...

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