The USDA headquarters in Washington, DC, is practicing in its newly renovated cafeterias what it preaches to the nation through such initiatives as the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, reports the Washington Post. The eateries, which serve some 40,000 customers a month, will be completely fryer-less, will serve 100% whole wheat breads and pastas as the default option and will require that 30 percent of ingredients come from sources within 200 miles. These mandates exceed the standards ...
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