Brianna Santo Domingo, left, and Isabella Fernandz ate salads during lunch at Sunset Park Elementary School in Miami last year. The salad bar was introduced at the school to promote healthy eating habits.
Brianna Santo Domingo, left, and Isabella Fernandz ate salads during lunch at Sunset Park Elementary School in Miami last year. The salad bar was introduced at the school to promote healthy eating habits. MCT
Brianna Santo Domingo, left, and Isabella Fernandz ate salads during lunch at Sunset Park Elementary School in Miami last year. The salad bar was introduced at the school to promote healthy eating habits. MCT

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