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Bake Sales Off Limits at Many Schools?

New federal restrictions may place limits on the sugar and calorie content in foods sold at school.
02:53 | 08/06/2014

Transcript for Bake Sales Off Limits at Many Schools?

The "Heat index" right now, say it ain't so. Bake sales may be on the way out in schools all over the country. You know, they've always been such a fun staple but new federal regulations that put... See More
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