Farmers Fight New York School Boards over Apples New York state apple growers are fighting to make local school boards more picky about the apples they serve to students. The quality, they say, is fine, but the apples are being imported most likely from Washington state. Local growers would like to see New York products served to New York children. Brenda Tremblay of member station WXXI reports.

Farmers Fight New York School Boards over Apples

Farmers Fight New York School Boards over Apples

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New York state apple growers are fighting to make local school boards more picky about the apples they serve to students. The quality, they say, is fine, but the apples are being imported most likely from Washington state. Local growers would like to see New York products served to New York children. Brenda Tremblay of member station WXXI reports.

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