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January 16, 2011 12:00 AM

Wichita school lunches grow healthier in phases

School lunches don't get a lot of praise, but for years in Wichita cafeterias, one thing was clear: Kids loved the cookies. But they didn't meet new guidelines for the types of lower-fat, lower-calorie foods schools can offer from vending machines, so this year they are history.

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