Senator Reed Makes Pitch For Healthier School Lunches

U.S. Senator Jack Reed of Rhode Island would like to see more seafood in school lunches.

USDA guidelines suggests children eat four-to-ten ounces of seafood per week, but a new report finds the department only purchase about three-point-four ounces per student, per year.

Reed says if we want kids to grow up healthy, "we have to serve them healthy food."

He says the move would also support the nation's fisherman and seafood processors.

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