New Mexico Statutes Chapter 22. Public Schools § 22-13-13.1. Temporary provision; food and beverages sold outside of school meal programs

The public education department, in collaboration with the department of health and one representative each from the New Mexico action for healthy kids, parents, students, school food service directors, school boards, school administrators, agriculture, dairy producers and the food and beverage industry, shall adopt rules no later than December 31, 2005 governing foods and beverages sold in all public schools to students outside of federal department of agriculture school meal programs.  The rules shall, at a minimum, address nutrition standards, portion sizes and times when students may access these items.  Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit or limit the sale or distribution of any food or beverage item through fundraisers by students, teachers or groups when the items are intended for sale off the school campus.

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