Nutrition law also calls for higher prices for student meals

09/19/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The federal law to increase nutrition in school-meal programs also contains a push for school districts to raise prices to bring them closer to preparation costs. Districts are prepared for a parental backlash, and Eric Goldstein of New York City's school food program says the law could hurt school food operations financially by prompting more parents to pack lunches for their children.

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