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USDA Thwarts Effort to Provide Good Food to Schools

Fall officially kicked off on September 22, and America's 50 million school-age children are already back in class. Along with concentrating on their studies, those students are consuming millions of meals prepared by the nation's schools every day. In California, for example, some 650,000 meals are prepared and served by the Los Angeles Unified School District alone. However, some of the meat served to students falls far short of the "good food" ideals embraced by local school officials.
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