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Sanger ISD Child Nutrition knows it's critical that students accept and consume healthier meals. It is encouraging to see new school meal patterns by USDA. The new guidelines increase serving sizes for fruits and vegetables, include more whole grains, offer only low fat and free-fat milk varieties, and reduce saturated and trans fat, while making sure students get proper portion sizes. Several of the new USDA guidelines have been a part of the Texas Nutrition Policy over the past few years such as fat and sugar restrictions. Sanger Child Nutrition serves fresh fruits, vegetables, low fat and fat free milk daily and whole grains such as pasta, hamburger buns, hot rolls, biscuit, and pizza crust. After thorough review of the meal pattern, we'll begin building on the progress we're already made and plan our menus for next school year to reflect these new nutrition guidelines.
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