New school nutrition standards spur push for more local foods
Filed by KOSU News in Feature.
July 29, 2013
As the federal government requires schools to serve healthier breakfasts and lunches, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition is making its pitch that it should be a part of those meals.
Kerry Barrick is a program coordinator and will be going in front of school nutritionists at their annual conference Tuesday. I talked with her about the challenges switching to Made in Oklahoma products might present, and why schools should consider the move. Click above to hear my interview.