The K-12 segment is braced for a year of change. Congress, still struggling with economic stimulus and healthcare reform initiatives, will soon be turning their attention to a re-authorization of the Child Nutrition Act that expired last year. In addition to the funding, agricultural subsidy and other components of the Act, they'll also be asked to re-think and perhaps expand USDA's ability to regulate food sales outside of school cafeteria environs, re-evaluate school meal ...

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