December 2002
FoodService Director;12/15/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p5
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Reports on the effort of James Monroe High School in West Hills, California to revamp the food choices available to students on its campus in line with the banning of soda within the district as of December 15, 2002. Funding received by the school for the initiative; Collaboration of the school with Coca-Cola in replacing carbonated beverages; Examples of fatty snack choices eliminated by the student store.


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