The vending machine at the city of Sacramento’s Hart Senior Center offers a range of items, including veggie chips and fruit and nut bars. A new vending contract approved Thursday by the City Council will cut the required percentage of healthy items in city facilities from 50 percent to 25 percent.
The vending machine at the city of Sacramento’s Hart Senior Center offers a range of items, including veggie chips and fruit and nut bars. A new vending contract approved Thursday by the City Council will cut the required percentage of healthy items in city facilities from 50 percent to 25 percent. Sammy Caiola scaiola@sacbee.com
The vending machine at the city of Sacramento’s Hart Senior Center offers a range of items, including veggie chips and fruit and nut bars. A new vending contract approved Thursday by the City Council will cut the required percentage of healthy items in city facilities from 50 percent to 25 percent. Sammy Caiola scaiola@sacbee.com

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August 07, 2015 04:37 PM

UPDATED August 07, 2015 06:16 PM

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