Last month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture suspended putting caps on how much protein and grains students are allowed to eat. The department said school officials were finding those two conditions particularly challenging and needed more time to put them in place. “I was feeling that it was just too much, too fast,” said ConVal Food Services Director Donna T. Reynolds of the new school lunch rules. “(It was) too many drastic changes, so now this gives us some room to breathe.”CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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