Students take notice of cafeteria changes in Md. schools

12/19/2012 | Patch.com

Students and teachers at some schools in Greenbelt, Md., say they have noticed steps district officials have taken to make school meals healthier. School nutrition professionals are serving more produce and, in some cases, vending machines have been shut off. The focus on nutrition also expands beyond the cafeteria, with physical-education teachers taking on nutrition lessons and more.

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