School nutrition professionals in some Pennsylvania districts say they already have overhauled meals and now serve healthy foods, more fruits and vegetables and whole grains. As a result, they are prepared to tackle a new federal regulation banning junk-food advertisements to students on campus. "We really don't market anything that I think is unhealthy to our kids," said Paul Schmid, foodservices director at East Stroudsburg Area School District. "Our cafeteria is full of fresh fruit and vegetables, good hot entrees, yogurt and water," he added.
Pa. schools are focused on serving, marketing healthy foods
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