Who wants children to eat more junk food?
Apparently the Trump administration does.
This seemed to be the Department of Agriculture’s concern when it announced plans last week to further reduce regulations for healthy meals at the nation’s public schools.
The Department’s new scheme would change the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 to include what critics call a “junk food loophole” in meals offered at public schools – usually breakfasts and lunches.
Currently, sweets and fried foods are allowed only once in a while as part of a balanced meal. But this new proposal would permit them to be offered every day.
Students could substitute healthy choices like fruits for things like blueberry muffins and replace green vegetables with French fries.
The media rushed to characterize the changes as an attack on Michelle Obama who championed the original legislation…
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