Students from Maryland High Schools will help create healthy new items for school lunch menus under a USDA grant, reports Maryland Community News Online's Gazette.net. The students are members of the ProStart,a national two-year program that prepares high school students for jobs in the culinary and foodservice industries. They will form Culinary & Healthful Enhancement of Foods teams that will create the recipes, using locally grown produce where possible. The $346,000 grant was ...
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