Fla. school district adjusts to new meal standards

Lunches in a Florida school district will costs 5 cents more next school year, and students will notice a difference in how the district serves fruits and vegetables. While the district has been offering a larger variety of fruits and vegetables, school-nutrition professionals say they will reduce portion sizes next year and offer students a mix-and-match option.

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