School lunches a key issue in obesity debate

01/13/2003 |

The New York Times examines the debate over what students are eating in school cafeterias. With Congress scheduled to take up the school lunch issue this winter, the starting point for all discussions is money, or lack of it. Some say giving children more fruits and vegetables would cost more, but some schools have found that buying fresh produce from local farmers is more affordable.

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