AUSTIN, Texas -- It's summer for most of the country, but for those in school food service, the months in between school years are busy as they prepare next year's menus. It's become a critical time, as well, since many state legislatures have begun regulating what students can and cannot eat while in school. The Texas Department of Agriculture was at the forefront of this movement, when in March 2004 it issued the Texas Public School Nutrition Policy. Now, all schools in Texas ...

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