Under the federal Child Nutrition Act, school cafeterias are required to be inspected twice a year. But documents from the Public Health Department suggest many of the 120 schools in the San Francisco Unified School District are violating guidelines. The fault doesn’t lie with schools, but instead with the department. Kenny Wong, the department’s principal health director, said inspectors try to make it a point to visit schools twice a year or once a semester, but a limited number of ...
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