School-nutrition rules to raise whole-grain, fruit requirements

05/15/2014 | KEPR-TV (Pasco, Wash.)

Schools will see additional changes to nutrition standards in the fall, including a requirement that each grain used in student meals must be at least 51% whole grain. Children will be required to take a half-cup of fruit at breakfast as well as at lunch. Denise Christensen, nutrition services director in Richland, Wash., said the fruit measure will increase school district costs by $100,000 per year.

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