Fla. district could record which foods students throw away

10/5/2012 | NBC News

School board members in a Florida district are considering installing cameras on trash cans in cafeterias to determine which foods students are throwing away. The goal, school nutrition professionals say, is to find out why students are not eating some food and to work to make meals more appealing. School officials say the data recorded by cameras also would help them determine how food presentation affects consumption.

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