Mich. district grows fresh, healthy food

06/5/2013 | WWJ-TV/WWJ-AM (Detroit)

Schools in Detroit, Mich., in the past three years have begun serving more fresh, healthy food, including some grown in school gardens. Schools also have removed fryers from kitchens and eliminated soda vending machines. All students are eligible for free breakfasts and lunches, and some students participating in after-school programs are served an evening meal.

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