Er... so you are in favor of the lunch lady who provides good tasting nutritious food which the kids eat as opposed to the nutritious food the kids just throw in the trashOf course. I am assuming you are talking about the other thread about the woman in Sweden. I think they made an idiotic decision on that one, to be honest. I would even be in favor of spending more money, if needed, to provide good tasting nutritious food. Though you'd have to convince me it was necessary. The article states that $2.60 only partially covers the cost of a meal. I manage to feed my family, while paying retail for my food, for less than $2 a meal, on average. I have a lot of ideas and opinions about how to further improve the school lunch program, and none of them involve increasing junk food.DEG
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