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Greasy potato pom-poms, mystery meat, and overprocessed,starchy, salty foods are common in school lunch programs across the US. Labor Day thousands of groups across the nation staged events that were somewhere between a pot-luck picnic and a protest to launch a campaign to improve the federally subsidized school lunch programs.

Pictures are better than words, so click here to see photos and video of the event in my town. Then take a look at the issue nationally by clicking here.

"Slow food" (as distinct from fast food) now there's a concept one can get his or her teeth into.


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Richmond Shreve is a retired business executive whose careers began in electronics (USN) and broadcasting in the 1960s. Over the years he has maintained a hobby interest in amateur radio, and the audio-visual arts while working in sales and (more...)

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