Wash. district's school lunches get a healthy upgrade with fresh foods

02/16/2011 | FoodSafetyNews.com

Washington state's Vashon Island School District gave cafeteria workers cooking lessons so they can prepare meals using fresh, locally grown ingredients and serve food the day it is made. Chef Tom French of the Experience Food Project, who is behind the healthy-food makeover, says schools also need to market the changes to students so they buy into the program.

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