School Lunch: Better Food Policy

Dr. Alberto Carvalho, Superintendent for Miami-Dade County Public Schools, says they are trying to bring food products that are appealing to kids, never losing the cultural aspect of eating in Miami. "It is tasty, kids identify with it. We protect the cultural aspect of the community we live in, and it is fun to eat it." For example, they get to choose one entree between Italian style meatball marinara sub, 3 bean chili, and salads or turkey wraps.

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