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You can lead kids to broccoli, but you can't make them eat

The Chicago Tribune, 20 February 2011
Publié le : 21 février 2011
 Monica Eng 
"Anyone who has ever tried to sneak healthy food into kids' lunches knows what Chicago Public Schools is going through. "Sometimes kids openly embrace the new food. Sometimes they eat it without realizing the difference. And sometimes they refuse it altogether. "CPS has met with all three reactions this school year, when it stopped serving daily nachos, Pop-Tarts and doughnuts and introduced healthier options at breakfast and lunch. But in a sign of how challenging this transition can be for schools, district figures show that lunch sales for September through December dropped by about 5 percentage points since the previous year, or more than 20,000 lunches a day." Read on...
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