How will loosening of school lunch standards affect children’s lunches in San Luis Obispo? Alexia Ruiz, 12, right, eats her cafeteria lunch of a ham and pineapple pizza slice and fruit with friend Sarah Bailey, 12, who’s eating a lunch she brought from home.
How will loosening of school lunch standards affect children’s lunches in San Luis Obispo? Alexia Ruiz, 12, right, eats her cafeteria lunch of a ham and pineapple pizza slice and fruit with friend Sarah Bailey, 12, who’s eating a lunch she brought from home. Laura Dickinson ldickinson@thetribunenews.com
How will loosening of school lunch standards affect children’s lunches in San Luis Obispo? Alexia Ruiz, 12, right, eats her cafeteria lunch of a ham and pineapple pizza slice and fruit with friend Sarah Bailey, 12, who’s eating a lunch she brought from home. Laura Dickinson ldickinson@thetribunenews.com

Whole grains aren’t the enemy. They should stay on school lunch menus.

May 06, 2017 07:33 PM