Students not buying 'healthy' school lunches; some say restrictions must be loosened
As school lunch programs across the country are being debated in Washington, many in New Jersey say the rules for "healthy" meals may need to be scaled back.
Bethania Martinez, a senior at Eastside High School, says lunch at her school just isn't appealing. "I don't like that food, it's nasty! I don't eat it," she says.
Items like a black bean burger on a whole wheat bun with green...