Improving school lunches requires student buy-in, expert says

10/12/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

It is National School Lunch Week, and while schools are improving the quality of foods they serve, including offering more fresh, local produce, future gains will require more buy-in from students. Diane Pratt-Heavner of the School Nutrition Association says students must be willing to give new foods a try, and schools must give them more time to eat lunch.

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