Hattiesburg students dig into meals cooked from scratch

12/13/2011 | Hattiesburg American (Miss.), The

Lunches cooked from scratch are the new norm for students in Hattiesburg, Miss., where schools find it is healthier and less costly than buying commercial. Child-nutrition director Tom Chambliss at the Forrest County Agricultural High School District says the homemade meals seem to hit the right note as school-lunch participation has increased significantly and the school is making a profit for the first time.

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