New school year begins with a healthy start

08/19/2013 | Time.com

Schools nationwide will be serving up changes to cafeteria fare, including healthier breakfasts and lunches, as well as more nutritious snacks when they open for the school year. Under changes ushered in by federal regulations, schools will be required to serve whole grains in half of the breakfast dishes that contain grains -- a standard that will increase to 100% next year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture also has issued healthier standards for school snacks.

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