Some Pa. schools to drop out of National School Lunch Program

07/1/2014 | WHTM-TV (Harrisburg, Pa.)

Officials at a Pennsylvania high school say concerns about lost revenue and resistance to new foods from students are driving a decision to opt out of the National School Lunch Program. One official said eliminating a favorite -- french fries -- could cost the foodservices program about $16,000.

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