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Kids Are Skipping Lunch, But Eating Breakfast

The good news: 13.15 million kids in the U.S. ate breakfast during the 2012-2013 school year — up from 12.81 from 2011-2012. Bad news: Lunch consumption is down, especially among students who have to pay for their own lunch. A new study found that 30.9 million from 2012-2013 ate lunch compared to 31.9 million the year before, writes USA Today

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