Shrewsbury High School's cafeteria is due for a nutritional makeover.
(Globe staff photo by Suzanne Kreiter)
Shrewsbury High School was one of seven schools nationwide chosen for a wellness program that includes more variety in food choices.
The makeover is part of a New England Dairy & Food Council-funded pilot program called the "Ultimate School Restyle." Aimed at encourage healthier eating, the program will update Shrewsbury High's cafeteria to include dairy vending machines, an expanded meal service area to provide students with a larger variety of menus options, faster service, and an upgraded dining area with "design elements to improve the school meal experience," according to a press release.
-- Lisa Kocian
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