Cayenne Walters might not know it, but she is on the front lines of a battle.
A seventh-grader at King Middle School, she says she wants more healthful choices in her school cafeteria's offerings.
"I have to stay fit," she said. "There should be more healthy food, especially on the salad bar, like cucumbers and tomatoes."
A bill before the U.S. Senate is bolstering the fight against childhood obesity by setting new national nutrition standards for all foods sold on school campuses from breakfasts to vending machines.