Cafeterias strive for healthier menus, but funding falls short

Those who run cafeterias in Long Island schools have instituted policies, such as not providing access to snack foods until elementary school children have had time to eat their lunches, to help promote healthier eating habits, but more wide-reaching efforts are often put on the back burner due to lack of funds.

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