Knoxville schools revamp menus to meet federal standards

School systems in the Knoxville, Tenn., area say they are reviewing federal nutrition rules that call for adding more fruits, steamed vegetables, whole grains and the use of only skim or 1% milk, as well as reducing salt and calorie contents of food items. Officials generally said they support the guidelines but expressed concern at how to reduce sodium levels and maintain taste.

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