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Should government expose restrictions on what kinds of foods can be served in a school cafeteria?

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  • Yes, I disagree

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  • Yes, i agree

    This is a controversial topic, but I would say it depends on their motives. If they want schools to serve bad quality foods because their cheaper, then I don't think they should have that power. But if they want to begin to serve more nutritious foods, then I would say to let them do whatever they needed to.

  • Naaah i don't think so

    Should government have restrictions on what kinds of foods can be served in school cafeterias?
    The U.S department of agriculture started using there new guide lines about 2 years ago for school lunches. It added more fruits and vegetables, and decreased the amount of Fatty foods. The portions also became a lot smaller. A lot of students complained and were upset by this change.
    Many students in different schools started bringing there own lunches.

  • Naaah i don't think so

    Should government have restrictions on what kinds of foods can be served in school cafeterias?
    The U.S department of agriculture started using there new guide lines about 2 years ago for school lunches. It added more fruits and vegetables, and decreased the amount of Fatty foods. The portions also became a lot smaller. A lot of students complained and were upset by this change.
    Many students in different schools started bringing there own lunches.


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aryaija says2015-10-13T18:13:12.257
I do because government pays for our lunch