For years, vending machines have played the dual role of the anti-R.D. and anti-FSD in the nation's schools. Nutrition activists saw them as evil disbursers of high-calorie soft drinks and high-fat snack foods. School directors pointed to them as competitors for limited student school meal dollars. And principals often relied on them as indispensable, bottomless piggy banks, generating cash for everything from sports uniforms to staff parties. Lost in the controversy is that ...
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