Va. schools respond to uptick in students with food allergies

11/12/2012 | Washington Post, The

School nutrition professionals in a Virginia district are taking additional steps to protect students with food allergies. Changes include replacing peanut butter with a spread made from sunflower seeds and providing students and parents with more information about what is in school meals. Nutrition professionals also can access students' allergy information through a software program, and restrictions have been placed on food brought into classrooms.

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