Which snack foods could be banned from schools?

03/13/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Newly proposed regulations from the U.S. Department of Agriculture could ban the sale of some snack foods in schools, including Rice Krispies, Fruit Roll-Ups and Doritos, Wall Street Journal lead writer Jacob Gershman writes in this blog post. What seems to matter most for snack foods are the first two ingredients and whether an item has been fortified with vitamins, he notes, explaining that Rice Krispies may be out because rice is not a whole grain or vegetable. Baked Lays may pass muster since potatoes are a vegetable, he writes.

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