Kan. city may require concession stands to sell healthy foods

09/16/2013 | Lawrence Journal-World (Kansas)

Lawrence, Kan., officials are developing a policy that would require city-owned concession stands at recreation centers and local ball fields to have at least half of the food they sell meet U.S. nutritional guidelines. Vendors would be required to offer at least one fresh fruit or vegetable and healthy foods would be those with a maximum of 200 calories and limited fat and sugars.

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