TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- A pilot program placing salad bars in four Florida school districts was unveiled by the state's Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services and the Produce for Better Health Foundation. Day messages will be incorporated into the pilot, the said. A recent report shows that only 14% of school-aged children met the recommended number of daily servings for fruits, and only 17% met the target for vegetables. Simply incorporating salad bars as part of school lunch has ...

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