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    Making the Nutrition Grade

    A group known as The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine have published a 2007 school lunch report card, grading 22 elementary schools from the 100 largest educational districts in the United States.

    Final scores were tallied by evaluating offerings via the following categories — obesity & chronic disease prevention, health prmotion, and nutrition initiatives.

    You can see the results here.

    You may remember that back in mid August I reviewed several schools’ lunch menus on this blog — and was absolutely horrified.

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    1. Chris Davis said on December 14th, 2007

      Just a thought, but schools are probably strapped for funding and it seems like healthy food is more costly than junk food. Here are a few articles that talk about the higher cost of healthy food:
      New York Times Article
      Government Subsidy Article

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