Many schools say they already encourage healthy food choices

12/14/2010 | Green Bay Press-Gazette (Wis.)

Many Green Bay, Wis., schools say they already adhere to the goals of a new child-nutrition law signed by President Barack Obama that allows the government to limit unhealthy food choices in school. Students and parents at some schools are selling fruit to raise money instead of selling candy or holding bake sales. Schools also have added healthier options to school lunches and limited candy sold in on-campus vending machines.

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