SHOP. 3 IN LEARNING MATTERS… STARTING THIS YEAR, SCHOOLS ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE “SMART SNACKS” FOR STUDENTS.. AS PART OF THE GOVERNMENT’S HEALTHIER LUNCH PROGRAM. NEWS 8’S BARBARA BARR REPORTS ON ONE DISTRICT’S PLAN. 3EVERY THURSDAY TONY BROCHU COMES TO THE LEBANON PRODUCE AUCTIONTO BUY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES…FOR HIS KIDS…TONY IS THE FOOD AND NUTRITION DIRECTOR FOR TWO LEBANON SCHOOL DISTRICTS.BROCHU ESTIMATES HE’S SAVED ELCO 75 HUNDRED DOLLARS AND CEDAR CREST 12 THOUSAND DOLLARS LAST FALL BIDDNG FOR PRODUCE HERE.THIS ORDER IS GOING TO ELCO MIDDLE SCHOOL.FROM THE FARM….TO THE TABLES IN THE SCHOOL CAFETERIA….BUT THE STRICTER NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMNTS SET BY THE GOVERNMENT ARE TESTING LUNCH PLANNERS…STUDENTS ARE GIVEN A VAREITY OF CHOICES…BUT GONE ARE POTATO CHIPS, CUPCAKES AND LARGER HELPINGS OF OLD …BROCHU SAYS HE HASNT SEEN A BIG DIFFERNCE IN THE AMOUNT OF FOOD THROWN OUT..INPUT, THEYRE NOT SHY ABOUT GIVING…IN MYERSTOWN, BARBARA BARR , NEWS 8. 3 ROCHU SAYS HE TRIES TO CHANGE THE LUNCH MENU GRADUALLY, INSTEAD OF ALL AT ONCE .. BUT THINKS THE LOCALLY GROWN PRODUCE IS POPULAR WITH