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Washington businesses break ties to industrial-food chain
From left, second-graders Danny Chung, Alimurtada Al-Shimari and Alan Huynh dive into lunch recently at Mount View Elementary in South Seattle. While Washington state's school-lunch program was not affected by a nationwide recall of peanut products earlier this year, the state remains concerned because it relies on food commodities supplied through the federal government to keep the cost of school meals low.