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Topic - Lori Shofroth
School officials in Carmel Clay, Ind., said they lost $300,000 last school year because students are rejecting the healthy menu changes brought on by First Lady Michelle Obama's federal lunch regulations.
"We did a waste study on three different schools," she tells the Indianapolis Star, "and there was a huge amount of waste.
"They're teaching our kids with this meal pattern that it's OK to throw away," she told JCOnline. "We did a waste study on three different schools, and there was a huge amount of waste. That was just with produce, fruit or vegetables or milk."