If the Trump administration has anything to do with it, the strict rules surrounding school lunches endorsed by Michelle Obama and implemented during her time as First Lady may be on their way out.
As of Monday, several provisions have already been relaxed.
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The new U.S. Department of Agriculture secretary, Sonny Perdue, along with Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kansas) announced within a 1,665-page government spending bill that that they had postponed sodium reductions in schools for at least three years. They also stated that it would be once again permissible for schools to serve food products that aren't rich in whole grains, as well as to serve flavored milk.