School vending machines take a new turn

10/6/2006 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Former President Bill Clinton and the American Heart Association inked a deal with Kraft Foods, Mars, Campbell Soup, Groupe Danone and PepsiCo to make the snacks sold in schools more nutritious. The deal sets guidelines for fat, sugar, sodium and calories for snack foods and beverages. In elementary schools, drinks will include low-fat and nonfat milk, water and unsweetened juice, according to an agreement made with the beverage industry in May.

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