Two New York City council members have introduced a resolution that would require the publication of ingredients used in school meals. The resolution also would establish the goal of purchasing 10% of school food locally and having a weekly meat-free day in school cafeterias. In addition, the resolution points out that improvements have been made in the quality of school meals, but it suggests more could be done -- particularly to cut back on processed foods.
NYC considers resolution on healthier school meals
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