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Park City Schools' 15 to Clean will eliminate 15 items the district deems to be unhealthy, including trans fat and high-fructose corn syrup. 

Park City School District sets sights on eliminating over a dozen unhealthy ingredients

The district has debuted 15 to Clean thanks to the school board’s generous allotment.

Park City, Utah, known as the home of the Sundance Film Festival and world-famous ski resorts, is also a health-conscious community with a robust restaurant culture. Now, thanks to a local nonprofit and a generous allotment from the school board, Park City students will be enjoying healthier, tastier food enjoyed elsewhere in the resort city.

“When I came on board with the district in 2014, EATS Park City, a nonprofit focused on improving nutrition in schools, approached me with

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