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Should schools adopt zero-tolerance policies about junk food on campus?


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Mom2_1 June 5, 2011

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It is difficult for a school to preach about nutrician when the kid who has a brown bag of chips and cookies is no more healty than the hot lunch the school provides. Food should be healthy and palatable.


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Mom2_1 June 5, 2011

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It is difficult for a school to preach about nutrician when the kid who has a brown bag of chips and cookies is no more healty than the hot lunch the school provides. Food should be healthy and palatable.


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Mom2_1 June 5, 2011

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It is difficult for a school to preach about nutrician when the kid who has a brown bag of chips and cookies is no more healty than the hot lunch the school provides. Food should be healthy and palatable.


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Mom2_1 June 5, 2011

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It is difficult for a school to preach about nutrician when the kid who has a brown bag of chips and cookies is no more healty than the hot lunch the school provides. Food should be healthy and palatable.


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Mom2_1 June 5, 2011

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It is difficult for a school to preach about nutrician when the kid who has a brown bag of chips and cookies is no more healty than the hot lunch the school provides. Food should be healthy and palatable.


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Mom2_1 June 5, 2011

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It is difficult for a school to preach about nutrician when the kid who has a brown bag of chips and cookies is no more healty than the hot lunch the school provides. Food should be healthy and palatable.


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Mom2_1 June 5, 2011

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It is difficult for a school to preach about nutrician when the kid who has a brown bag of chips and cookies is no more healty than the hot lunch the school provides. Food should be healthy and palatable.


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leaglam May 9, 2011

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There has to be balance... YOU cant take all sugar and other yummy snack food away... If you offer a protien, fruit and a veggie ~ I dont see a problem with that... Chicken nuggets EVERYDAY no, of course not, but once a week my child can induldge!!


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juliajk April 5, 2011

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Junk food definition - hot dogs (nitrates cancer causing) burgers (MSG - neurotoxin) diet soda (aspartame neurotoxin) anything with artificial colors and additives - many substances banned in Europe are fed to US kids in many forms of candy/food


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MTAINCJANET April 4, 2011

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At Grain Valley High School, if students have the last lunch period, there isn't much, if any, food left. My granddaughter comes home every day having not eaten lunch. My daughter e-mailed the principle, and he will not respond. There are many students complaining of the same thing. This is unfair and is not right that our children are not offered the chance of having nutrition.




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