Orange and fennel salad, fruit blossoms and Mediterranean couscous will be the kinds of new items to be featured on school lunch menus in the Mt. Lebanon, PA, district beginning this fall, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Food service officials say they hope that by offering creative, nutritious dishes like these, they'll encourage kids to eat healthier under new federal regulations for school lunches taking effect this month. The district food service team had spent the summer ...

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