N.Y. students promote healthier school meals

10/23/2013 | Buffalo News (N.Y.), The

Concerned about the nutritional value of meals being served in Buffalo Public Schools, students there have joined the Youth Advisors Council of the Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities initiative to promote healthier eating, efficient school cafeteria service and more farm-to-fork school foodservice ties. They attended the Buffalo Food Policy Summit earlier this week. "We are very enthusiastic about having students lead the charge in creating a healthier school community," said Buffalo Public Schools official Assunta R. Ventresca.

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