San Antonio schools use cameras to monitor cafeteria food

05/11/2011 | WOAI-TV (San Antonio)

Select San Antonio schools will use high-tech cameras to photograph cafeteria foods as part of a USDA pilot project to measure the nutritional value, calories and size of school meals. The cameras will record what students buy and take a second shot of their tray before they throw it away to determine exactly what is being consumed.

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