Illinois school district cuts healthy foods from menu

Oklahoman Published: February 13, 2013
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Healthy foods just aren't getting the job done in one Illinois school district. So, they're being cut from the menu.

Grilled salmon, baked fish and black-bean burgers may be highly nutritious but Arlington Heights School District 25 students literally weren't having it.



This month, the school district eliminated the "nutrient-dense" lunch choices that included the aforementioned entrees after kids frequently took a pass on them.

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