The Los Angeles Unified School District will make nutrition education part of the school curriculum, give students more input in school meals and ensure that they receive at least 20 minutes to eat. David Binkle, L.A. Unified's food-services director, says nutrition professionals plan to continue surveying students about school meals and form "culinary advisory teams" to help direct school-nutrition efforts.
L.A. schools to give students more say in meal planning
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