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State law banning french fries forces schools to get creative (access required)

Dealing with a strict state law banning junk food and soda, creative educators have thought of a way to feed students chunks of potatoes that aren’t fried. Because of the new state law prohibiting fried food, soft drinks and junk food in K-8 schools during the school day, french fries are off-limits. But now, many school ...

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