By Eleanor Yang Su, California Watch
(July 9, 2012) -- To receive federal funding, schools are required to meet nutritional benchmarks, including limiting fats and serving enough calories. Most districts got high marks for serving foods with key nutrients, including calcium, vitamin A and vitamin C. But there was vast room for improvement.
State regulators are required to analyze school lunches a minimum of once every five years, but more than 100 districts and charter schools have gone at least that long without an inspection.
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