Selling soda, candy gets Utah high school fined

May 18, 2012
Davis High in Kaysville has had to pay $16,000 for violating rules of federal lunch program

From The Salt Lake Tribune: Davis High School in Kaysville, Utah, has been fined more than $16,000 in the last few months for being out of compliance with National School Lunch Program guidelines. The school was selling foods such as diet soda and certain candies from the school store and vending machines during lunch. The program's rules allow schools to sell soda and junk food as long as they don’t do so during lunchtime in places kids eat.

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