Massachusetts Introduces Stricter School Nutrition Rules

New Massachusetts regulations, which took effect Aug. 1, ban deep-fat fryers in school kitchens and trans fat in “competitive food” — anything sold in schools outside the subsidized lunches and breakfasts, juice cannot be served in portions larger than 4 ounces, or a half cup, serving sizes of all food, except for entrees, must be 200 calories or less, and water must be available free throughout the day, according to The Boston Globe. For the full story, click here