Students taste-test menu choices in Ky. school district

01/30/2012 | NPR.org

Officials in a Kentucky school district are seeking to comply with new federal nutrition standards, while taking students' taste preferences into account by allowing students to review school meals. A student group meets about four times each year to taste-test new breakfast and lunch options at their school. However, officials say that ensuring students have nutritious meals to eat will take a commitment from the community -- not just schools.

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