Flamin' Hot Cheetos are a hit with kids, but a bust with some school principals. Several Pasadena schools have banned the snack food and have cited nutritional value as the reason.
Each of the snack-size bags contains 26 grams of fat and a quarter of the amount of sodium recommended for an entire day. The Pasadena Unified School District has eliminated candy and junk food at elementary school campuses and limited it for older students.
The district allows individual principals to decide food choices available at schools. The principal of Andrew Jackson Elementary School in Pasadena said if students are caught bringing Flamin' Hot Cheetos to school, the snacks will be confiscated.
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