New and reformulated packaged goods give parents healthier lunchbox options
In one of the largest school districts on Long Island, New York, students in the second to fifth grades can't bring in cupcakes, cookies or any other type of food for birthday celebrations. Kindergartners and first graders are allowed to bring in these treats, but encouraged instead to bring in small, portion-controlled sweets and only bottled water for drinks. And forget about sneaking candy into goody bags, because they can't contain any type of food. The district also sends home a ...
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