Calif. schools, students adjust to new meal standards

School nutrition professionals in some California schools are getting creative when it comes to meeting new federal meal standards that call for more fruits and vegetables and whole grains in school lunches. Strategies include offering students plenty of choices, from salads, baby carrots and corn to whole pears, apples and oranges. Still, many school are searching for ways to manage food waste.

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