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Fed up with ‘junk food,’ cafeteria culture shifts

As senior Travis Freeman made his way through the lunch line at Woodstock North High School, he opted for eating what was on the the day’s menu – a slice of pizza, apple slices, carrots, celery and a chocolate milk to wash it all down. There is a movement afoot at schools to improve what students are being served in an effort to prevent childhood obesity.

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