THROW OUT THE JUNK: Five big snack food makers will discourage schools from stocking fatty, sugary, high-salt treats in a deal negotiated by former President Clinton.

TRIM THE FAT: Food marketed to schools will have no more than 35 percent of their calories from fat. Non-nutritious snacks in elementary schools would be limited to 150 calories or less.

STUDENTS WON’T STARVE: The companies already have products that meet the guidelines, like baked chips and reduced-sugar chewy bars.

By The Associated Press

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