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January 25th, 2012
01:54 PM ET

USDA updates school lunch guidelines

While pizza is still considered a vegetable, school lunches will get a bit healthier for the almost 32 million kids who eat them. Elizabeth Cohen reports on new federal guidelines for school lunches in the CNN Newsroom with Suzanne Malveaux.

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  1. Louise Wilki

    Really!! More healthy food for lunch? Hopefully the lunch program considers some area where children eat the only substantial meal they have all day at school and you want to limit their calorie intake?? My daughter is a teacher on the Turtle Mountain Reservation and she knows of many children that look forward to that meal because they are hungry. She teaches 2nd grade and knows about hungry, kids that need MORE not less. Your ideas might work for some schools and it is welcome but not for many...they don't need skim milk they need those fat calories. Have you ever seen a malnorished child in America??? They are here in this country and no only in Haiti..................

    January 28, 2012 at 7:34 am |
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