Healthy Snacks a Hit in California Schools A San Diego school district experiments with fast-food vending machines, replacing candy, sodas and chips with healthier foods and snacks like yogurt, vegetable- and fruit-plates. A nutritionist says it proves kids will chose healthier foods when given the chance. Kenny Goldberg of member station KPBS reports.

Healthy Snacks a Hit in California Schools

Healthy Snacks a Hit in California Schools

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A San Diego school district experiments with fast-food vending machines, replacing candy, sodas and chips with healthier foods and snacks like yogurt, vegetable- and fruit-plates. A nutritionist says it proves kids will chose healthier foods when given the chance. Kenny Goldberg of member station KPBS reports.