Psst, wanna Snickers? Lemonheads? Whutchu need? Baby, I got it! Junk Food Goes Underground in Calif. Schools.
"Students buy huge variety boxes of candy and chips or go to Burger King or Starbucks in the morning and then sell their supplies."
Jennifer Obakhume is a senior at Inglewood High School in Los Angeles. She reports on the trend of underground junk food networks at some California schools. This is an effect of the increasing trend of many school districts which choose to limit cafeteria soda and junk food options in an effort to curb childhood obesity. Her story was produced by Youth Radio.
listen to her report here:
read the transcripts here:
via youthradio.org and npr.org
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Saturday, February 04, 2006
Posted by AKI SYSTEMS 2600 at 2/04/2006 08:23:00 PM