The bill does:
- extend the length of time until school districts have to hit the new lower sodium levels. That requirement also must be reviewed by an outside entity by July 2019.
- lowers the percentage of grain products that must be 51% whole grain from 100% to 80%
- provide greater flexibility (and possibly more funding?) for summer feeding programs
- establishes loan and grant programs for school kitchen modernization
- leave the fruit and vegetable requirements intact.