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As Farm to School Month drew to a close in October, I spent a delightful day in Vermont visiting schools, meeting students and talking to the professionals responsible for serving wholesome, nutritious school meals.
Brandon Lipps, Acting USDA Deputy Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services
Food and Nutrition