(Continued from page 2) Earlier this school year, Douglas County (CO) School District (DCSD) wanted to entice its students to consume more fruits and vegetables at lunch. They came up with a creative idea that sparked a little friendly competition between the district’s 74 schools. “The school that consumed the most fruits and veggies per captia would win an all-expense paid luncheon feast hosted by Nutrition Services,” says Nutrition Services Director Brent ...

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