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Sheila Fleschhackers 2007 article written in Legal issues in School Health trying to persuade the general American population and the local school authorities to change the current food programs and combat the obesity epidemic The motivation for Fleschackers article was to bring public awareness about the corporate attack on food and or local school lunch programs Fleschhacker used her article to provide evidence on the attack of our kids and the attack of laws made in congress to control programs and what schools can provide Fleschhacker never states the side she is on and establishes her credibility and then uses logic and evidence presented by the United States Government In one sense the audience of Fleschhacker article is of the American population and the parents of the current generation that have kids with in or public school systems This tries to gather the American public together and educate the population on childhood obesity But still with this being a deep issue to the American people and the people still either remain unaware or uneducated by the current situation This article she made public was to bring both sides together and educate parents on the programs and options available and made to them by the United States Government USDA states the meals that are eaten at school cafeteria make up to 19 to 50 of the students total daily caloric intake during a regular day Also the USDA defines the FMNV as a food that provide less than 5 of the reference daily intake The epidemic has raised concern over the nutritional quality of the meals provided by the NSLP and the concern of the raise of food price that have increased steadily over the few years has the American population on edge and concerned for the next generation With vending machines being offered on campus Which being a cheaper alternative for many families Participation in
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