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Well, it seems to be working. A new study from the Harvard School of
Public Health checked into food waste from kid’s school lunches at low-income
schools and discovered that you lot are eating more fruits and veggies! The
analyses of waste from around 1,030 students found that fruit selection
increased from 52.7 percent to 75.7 percent, and veggie selection increased
from 24.9 percent to 41.1 percent, per Tech
The downside? While you’re picking more produce, you’re also throwing
more out. Health experts are using this evidence to call on schools to improve
the quality of the produce they offer.
What do you think your school’s
cafeteria could do to get you to eat more fruits and vegetables?
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 3/8/2014 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN nutrition, In the News
As long as my food's organic, it's healthier for me.
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