Minn. district makes fruits, vegetables mandatory

02/9/2012 | Patch.com

A Minnesota school district will require students to select a fruit or vegetable in the lunch line beginning in September. The change will bring the district into compliance with new federal school nutrition standards, officials said. Currently, fruits and vegetables are available, but students can opt to choose other options. Under the new policy, students will be required to add a fruit or vegetable to their plates as one of their three selections.

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