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The U.S. Government later this week will declare the Bush Administration's controversial food-group strategy a thing of the past, TIME correspondent Dick Thompson reports. That approach is best remembered by the ill-fated "pyramid," which prioritized foods by their nutritional value. Instead, the Agriculture Department will put strict guidelines on what should go in children's lunches, limiting saturated fats and sugars. Any school receiving federal funds will have to comply.