Some more money, rules on competitive foods, among main components.
The Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act, which is designed to improve the nutritional profile of meals served in K-12 lunchrooms that participate in the federal school meal programs, was officially signed into law by President Obama on December 13th. First Lady Michelle Obama, whose efforts in this area helped push lawmakers to pass the bill, was at the President's side when he signed the bill. The law's biggest impact is expected to be on so-called "competitive foods," foods and beverages sold at ...
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