<<No, I don't think that. I have kids and I have worked in schools. I fully understand that serving something to a person and having that person eat it are two different things. My position is that it is unacceptable to offer food that actively hampers the ability of a person to learn. It is my position that if a school is going to provide food, it provide food that is beneficial for learning when consumed, and then leave it to the students to decide what they actually will consume.>> One of my personal goals is to minimize wasted food. I also think children should be treated with a reasonable degree of dignity, catering to their tastes and biases in food when it's reasonable to do so. Treating them like lab rats to be manipulated by political elites is not my idea of public policy.Seattle Pioneer
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