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What’s Healthier, Prison Food Or A School Lunch? [Infographic]

What’s Healthier, Prison Food Or A School Lunch? [Infographic] | School food news | Scoop.it

This infographic by GOOD shows the difference between a prison lunch and a school lunch. Both are roughly the same cost (just over $2.60) and contain about the same amount of calories (around 1400). But surprisingly, prisoners get more items to eat and healthier options, with 1/2 cup of vegetables and one serving of fruit or dessert, compared to the school children’s 1/2 cup of vegetables or fruit.


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Could New School Lunch Rules Mean More Food In the Trash?

Could New School Lunch Rules Mean More Food In the Trash? | School food news | Scoop.it
More fresh fruits and vegetables on the menu means that more meals must be cooked from scratch, as well as that more fresh local fruits and vegetables (not processed ones) must be used.

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School Lunches and the Food Industry

School Lunches and the Food Industry | School food news | Scoop.it
A cozy alliance between processed food makers and companies that serve school lunches is making students fat and sick.

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Marietta City Schools Awarded Fruit, Vegetable Grants

Marietta City Schools Awarded Fruit, Vegetable Grants | School food news | Scoop.it
Dunleith Elementary, Hickory Hills Elementary and Sawyer Road Elementary are the recipients of one-year grants awarded by the U.S Department of Agriculture (USDA) Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program.

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