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Governor signs bill to improve nutrition for schoolchildren

Fried foods out; fruit, vegetables added to menu

Peter Koutoujian said the measure has made perfect sense for 11 years. He first filed the bill in 1999. Peter Koutoujian said the measure has made perfect sense for 11 years. He first filed the bill in 1999.
By Sydney Lupkin
Globe Correspondent / July 31, 2010

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Governor Deval Patrick signed a bill yesterday that will change the way Massachusetts public school students eat, by banning the use of fryolators and requiring the sale of fresh fruits and non-fried vegetables wherever food is sold. (Full article: 357 words)

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