Premier: cafs need to get creative
The Premier says school cafeterias will have to get more creative to stay in business.
Dalton McGuinty says cafeterias that aren't making enough money, should try to make healthy food more appealing to students.
The cash-strapped Toronto District School Board could close some cafs that are struggling because of new healthy food rules.
McGuinty says if a man can make it to the moon, cafeterias can come up with new ways to whet student appetites with healthy fare.
But some students want their junk food back.
Students in Brampton are fighting to bring pizza, coffee & chocolate bars back in their cafeteria in a video posted to YouTube.
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