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The aim: Healthy lunches

But some schools worry about costs

By Rachel Lebeaux
Globe Correspondent / February 28, 2010

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A state bill mandating that schools provide students with nutritious foods in cafeterias and vending machines is moving through the Legislature, and at least one town worries the bill’s requirements will bust its school food-service budget and bog down managers with paperwork. (Full article: 1338 words)

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