There are more than 100,000 schools in the United States and last week, the USDA said that for the first time, they’ll be ensuring that food sold in those schools will be held to stricter limits on fat, calories, sugars and sodium.  This means all foods sold in schools, from the cafeterias to the vending machines.  It’s the result of a child nutrition law that was passed in 2010 as a way to tackle childhood obesity.  There was one rule that the Agriculture Department left up to the states, the regulation of bake sales and similar kinds of fundraisers  You can read more about this topic here.