High school's vending machines a popular venue

05/19/2008 | Washington Post, The

For $1.85, students at Maryland's Bladensburg High School can get a cafeteria meal including pizza, collard greens, fresh fruit and calcium-fortified juice, but many students flock to the school's vending machines, which dole out fat- and calorie-laden foods, spending $2 to $3 each for the items in a two-hour span.

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