Ky. schools want students to eat their veggies

02/22/2012 | WKYT-TV (Lexington, Ky.)

Officials in a Kentucky school district are working to educate students about nutrition to encourage them to eat more fruits and vegetables. Under new federal nutrition standards, all students buying lunch at school next year must take a fruit or vegetable serving, which now is optional. Nutrition Director Michelle Coker said the district will have to increase to 800 from 500 the number of fruit and vegetable servings it prepares for students.

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