There's a bit of a blame game going on when it comes to why unhealthy foods are still for sale in school cafeterias.
Some officials say they are doing what they can to help fight a
national childhood obesity epidemic. But they acknowledge that
students will eat what they want.
Most school districts blame federal and state lawmakers who have created a system that requires them to deliver nutritious meals while marketing and selling enough extra food to make money.
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