School may be out for the summer but the movement to lower childhood obesity rates, and get children to exercise and eat well is gaining momentum nationally and across Colorado. Advocates for healthier school lunches and farm to school programs say a shift in national policy is causing slow but significant changes in how schools and the public think about food. But as Bente Birkeland found, there's still a long ways to go.
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