A Texas law passed in 2017 allows schools to redistribute fresh fruit and non-perishable food to students instead of throwing it away or donating it to nonprofits in the community. File- The Summer Meals program at Amon Carter Riverside High School Thursday, June 7, 2018.
A Texas law passed in 2017 allows schools to redistribute fresh fruit and non-perishable food to students instead of throwing it away or donating it to nonprofits in the community. File- The Summer Meals program at Amon Carter Riverside High School Thursday, June 7, 2018. Bob Booth Special to the Star-Telegram
A Texas law passed in 2017 allows schools to redistribute fresh fruit and non-perishable food to students instead of throwing it away or donating it to nonprofits in the community. File- The Summer Meals program at Amon Carter Riverside High School Thursday, June 7, 2018. Bob Booth Special to the Star-Telegram

Summer meals are available for hungry children, but why don't more show up?

June 08, 2018 06:29 PM