N.H. district replaces processed foods

One of Deb Riso's first decisions as nutrition director of a New Hampshire school district was to eliminate processed foods, such as chicken nuggets and pizza, from school menus. Instead, students are eating more foods made from scratch, including chicken pot pie. "She's come out with a pre-made salad," middle-school Principal John Stokel says. "They make them fresh right in the cafeteria and the kids are loving them. It's really great to see kids going for the healthy food."

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