Nashville students discover new foods at salad bars

Salad bars are gaining popularity at 10 schools in Nashville, Tenn., that are part of a pilot program to encourage cafeterias to serve more homemade and fewer processed foods. Braina Corke, assistant director of nutrition, says students are trying foods they see on the salad bar and asking their parents to buy them at home.

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