By Jonathan Purtle

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently mapped states' school food policies and found that 39 states already had some sort of policy in place to regulate the full range of foods sold in schools. As of October 2010, New Jersey partially met six of the 13 standards that IOM enumerated in its report; Delaware met one, Pennsylvania met zero (listings are on pages 10 and 11 of the CDC report).

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