Vegan items are chosen by only about 10 percent of students at Broward (FL) County Schools lunchrooms on a typical day, despite earlier studies that had indicated broader appeal, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Only about 16,000 of the 160,000 student buying a school lunch will choose the meat- and dairy-free options like Gardenburgers, black beans and rice and vegan salads, with most opting for more traditional fare like pizza, sloppy joes and chicken nuggets, despite no difference ...

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