Revolution Foods announced a new line of school-focused vending machines with food that meets or exceeds government nutrition standards. Already in Oakland, the machines debut in more schools in 2012.
Cash-strapped school districts struggle to meet new national school lunch guidelines paired with strict state nutrition laws. Fremont High School, for example, can only spend $1.10 per meal.
A Stanford study shows that environmental changes in homes, such as using smaller dishware and not eating in front of the television, leads to weight loss for obese children.