All Florida school districts are in compliance with new federal school lunch guidelines, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. However, even as the state celebrates its accomplishment, questions remain over students' acceptance of the healthier fare and the cost of providing more nutritious meals. "We set out knowing that this is something that had to get done eventually," said Lakeisha Hood, assistant director of food, nutrition and wellness at FDACS. "We set goals, and knew we may not be able to reach them at certain points, but now it's clear that we've met them."

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