A fresh, local partnership for Newman Catholic Schools

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A fresh, local partnership for Newman Catholic Schools
Students now have the option to have healthy, locally grown produce for lunch.

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"* two diabetes, and heart conditions are all considered other high risk factors./// for students at newman catholic school in mason city ?

"* there's a fresh?

"* local option now on the lunch menu.

Kimt news 3's alex jirgens joins us live with the tasty details.

Alex?xxx katie ?

"* beginning this week*- students here at newman are getting not only tasty ?

"* freh fruits and veggies ?

"* but they're eating produce grown locally right here in north iowa.

Together ?

"* with north iowa fresh ?

"* thanks to a grat with the iowa department of agriculture and land stewardship ?

"* local producers are delivering things like peppers ?

"* apples ?

"* tomat* and carrots ?

"* to hungry students.

Food services director julie udelhoffen (you?


"* hoffin) says "it does also cover meat, yogurt, cheese, proteins.

Adn we're just getting started, this is just our first shipment."

As we move into the colder months ?

"* rest assured.

Udelhoffen tells me there's more locally grown produce on the way ?

"* though it will be mostly root oriented items like squash and radishes.

Thank you alex.

The grant also includes a tomato slicer and a tool

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