New USDA secretary announces rollback of Obama-era nourishment standards for propagandize lunches

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue pronounced Monday that he would hurl behind partial of former First Lady Michelle Obama’s healthy eating initiative: stricter nutritive standards for propagandize lunches.

Perdue, who became conduct of a group final week, announced he would be relaxing discipline and providing larger coherence in nourishment mandate for schools’ dish programs.

“This proclamation is a outcome of years of feedback from students, schools and food use experts about a hurdles they are confronting in assembly a final regulations for propagandize meals,” Perdue pronounced during a revisit to Catoctin Elementary School in Leesburg, Va.

“If kids aren’t eating a food, and it’s finale adult in a trash, they aren’t removing any nourishment — so undermining a vigilant of a program,” pronounced Perdue, who was accompanied by Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) and Patricia Montague of a School Nutrition Assn.

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