'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
"Unfortunately, there is a perception that if we fix school meals we can fix childhood obesity. But the reality is that school meals are already the healthiest meals that many children eat," he told lawmakers. "The fact that too many children start school already overweight certainly suggests that schools aren't the cause."
"Our concern is that the proposed regulation may result in having the opposite effect to that which it desires, driving up costs and driving children ... out of the program," said Barry Sackin, owner of B. Sackin and Associates, a consulting firm specializing in school nutrition.