Minn. town's schools to focus on healthy eating habits

05/27/2011 | Farmington Independent (Minn.), The

Minnesota's Farmington School District wants to update its wellness policy so healthy eating is part of the culture for students, staff and families. The policy would encourage schools to give children recess before lunch, discourage the use of treats as rewards, revise vending-machine offerings and bring more fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains to school menus.

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