New Jersey Bill Mandates Schools Consider Cultural/Dietary K-12 Meal Options

Bill passed by state legislature is headed to governor's desk.

New Jersey schools must at least consider offering more cultural and dietary sensitive lunch options under a bill headed to Gov. Chris Christie's desk for approval, reports NJ.com. It would create a form for all middle and high school students to fill out, indicating any unmet school lunch dietary preferences and describing any food concerns t

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