School meals face rules on fat, meat, veggies – but no limits on sugar

October 10, 2013

By Eleanor Yang Su Almost everything about a school cafeteria meal has a regulation. The federal government caps the amount of fat and salt in breakfasts and lunches. It sets minimum standards for servings of fruit, vegetables, grains, milk, and meat. But one widely used and often-overused product has no official limits: sugar. As Congress […]

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