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US School Meals Are Healthier, Is That About to Change?

US School Meals Are Healthier, Is That about to Change?

Meals served to schoolchildren in the United States are healthier because of changes to nutrition requirements, a recent U.S. study suggests.

The nutrition requirements started during the 2012-2013 school year. Since then, breakfasts and lunches served at schools now follow guidelines designed to help fight obesity and other problems linked to poor diets. Schools have been sure to include larger amounts of fruits and vegetables in ones that are lower in sodium.

Old school lunches were higher in calories and fat. They also included larger amounts of sugar and fewer whole grains.

However, new rules proposed by the administration of President Donald Trump could loosen some of those requirements, which were put in place by former President Barack Obama.

Nearly 100,000 schools and institutions feed 30 million children each school day through the school meals programs. The study, released earlier this year, found that school meals had gotten healthier. It also found that more children ate the new school meals, and those who brought their lunch from home generally had healthier food than they did before.


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