School lunch law leaves children hungry
Hancock head cook, Connie Engler, discussed the changes due to Federal Regulations that are affecting school lunches across the country.
New guidelines in the program require that just about 80 percent of the food served is fruits and vegetables. They can no longer serve bread separately such as putting out peanut butter sandwiches as extra filler for the students. They have to keep track of calories, portions, sodium and grams of fiber.
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