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Huntington's School Lunches

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school-lunch-west-virginia-150.jpgGilt Taste takes a look at what school lunches are like in Huntington, West Virginia, the setting of the first season of Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution. And it seems like they're pretty tasty. Also, many things are made from scratch, they're working on making the lunches free, and also they're ordering 12,000 pounds of sweet potatoes "grown by a county high school's vocational agriculture students." [Gilt Taste]

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