School lunches better but still unhealthy, experts say

03/5/2009 | HealthDay News

Lunches sold in U.S. schools have improved, but they are still loaded with fat, sugar and sodium, critics say. "It's very clear that USDA needs to update the standards of schools," said Anne R. Gordon, co-author of a USDA-sponsored school-lunch study.

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