School lunch hasn’t always gotten the highest marks when it comes to flavor or health. But now, fresher, more nutritious foods are available for many students in Colorado. KRCC’s Ellen Mahoney reports on how lunch programs in the state are changing.

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One Response to Revamping School Lunches

  1. Bonnie Oriel says:

    This was so informative and such an important issue. I am so happy to hear that something is being done to improve nutrition in the schools. Thanks to Ellen Mahoney and krcc!

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