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What to expect in the new school lunches

Jeff Horwich and Stacey Vanek Smith Jul 26, 2012
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U.S. first lady Michelle Obama joins students for lunch at the cafeteria of Parklawn Elementary School January 25, 2012 in Alexandria, Va. Alex Wong/Getty Images
Food and Drink

What to expect in the new school lunches

Jeff Horwich and Stacey Vanek Smith Jul 26, 2012
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama joins students for lunch at the cafeteria of Parklawn Elementary School January 25, 2012 in Alexandria, Va. Alex Wong/Getty Images
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Your family might still be enjoying a summer diet of backyard barbeques and trips to Dairy Queen, but pretty soon kids will be back in school.

And they could be facing a much different school lunch than they used to.

Here to talk with us in today’s Mid-day Extra about the latest changes to school lunches is Sandra Ford, president of the School Nutrition Association.

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