House OKs bill that would block school-nutrition standards

11/18/2011 | Reuters

The House of Representatives has approved a spending bill that would block government efforts to improve nutrition standards in school meals. The food industry says the standards would have required companies to change products in ways not acceptable to children. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack pledged that students still will have more fruit and vegetables, grains and low-fat dairy and less salt.

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