The Armstrong (PA) School District has installed “healthy” vending machines dispensing a range of healthful snack and beverage alternatives in its Ford City and West Shamokin Junior-Senior High Schools thanks to a grant from the Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association, reports the Pittsburgh Leader Times. Choices include milk, cheese and yogurt as well as fresh apple slices, granola and cereal bars, pretzels and popcorn. In February, sales from the machines were nearly $1,000, according to the ...
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