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School officials at one Philadelphia school have joined an "Eatiquette" program to crack down on unhealthy eating, banning processed food and requiring students to partake in a more family-style dining atmosphere.
"This is more than just eating healthy," said Marc Vetri, a local chef who operates two restaurants in Philadelphia and who has been hired to provide meals at People For People Charter School, according to The Associated Press. "This is learning how to interact with each other."