D.C. schools continue to improve student nutrition

04/28/2011 | WAMU-FM (Washington, D.C.)

The District of Columbia is using money from a soda tax to help schools implement student-friendly initiatives that comply with the city's Healthy Schools Act, which sets nutritional standards and rules on physical education. Students are getting more whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and plans call for adding more salad bars, planting school gardens and buying more local produce.

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