Schools say snack trucks are at odds with junk-food bans

05/26/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The

School officials in California's Marin County are looking at ways to reduce the number of snack trucks that sit outside schools, calling them obstacles to the district's ban on junk food. Principal Rey Mayoral says the trucks "are contradicting everything we are trying to teach the kids" about healthy eating and nutrition, and have led to fights among drivers over parking spaces.

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