Schools embrace healthful meals beyond USDA rules

02/7/2012 | Oakland Tribune (Calif.), The

Some school districts in California's Bay Area plan to go beyond the new health guidelines for school lunches, which will require whole grains and omit chocolate milk, among other changes, when enacted July 1. "We have to look at helping young people develop patterns in their lives that will support a healthy lifestyle," said Rami Muth, superintendent of the Martinez school district, which is planning organic gardening and cooking classes.

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