School Lunch 2.0 

Menus are changing, even before new federal rules kick in

At Jacoby Creek School in Arcata, billows of steam cloud the plastic food guards that protect the tables of hot food, duplicating the winter fog that mists the cafeteria windows. The smells of ketchup, vegetable soup and yesterday's lasagna mingle with the…

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