Alan Klein (Alan@klein.net)
Tue, 26 Oct 1999 23:23:06 -0400
> However, at a school that I would open - I would still offer the organic
> chips (I've never seen a kid turn down an organic potato chip yet!) My
> intentions would not be to create a controlled "limited choice" cafeteria.
> There would be plenty of choices - what I'm saying is money would be spent
> on foods that are healthier for people to eat. The same foods that we all
> enjoy would be there - the "quality" would be defined and decided to the
> best of our knowledge on the subject.
In the school that you would open, who would decide how the money would be
spent? And what would be your position if the School Meeting voted not to
have "quality" foods offered?
(Yet another "Alan")
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