Michigan gets F for school nutrition

A food safety advocacy group issued its annual report card on school policies regarding the sale of non-nutritional foods sold through vending machines or other methods on school grounds.

Michigan, along with more than 20 other states, got an F for not having more proactive policies to control the availability of sweet, salty or fattening snacks and sodas.

The state also got an F last year.

Here’s the report card from the Center for Science in the Public Interest.

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