Browsing the "school lunches" Tag

Top News from the Food Front: Water Woes, Meat Recall Mayhem, & Powerful Plants

February 15th, 2014 | by Tanya Sitton

Don't drink the water, and don't eat the beef. Don't go to Chick-fil-A, but DO give 'em a high-five for their recent move against antibiotic resistance. New research links food prices to diabetes risk for low-income consumers, Idaho strives towards ag-gag ugliness, and farmers sue each other over genetic contamination. Meanwhile, genies with name-tags reading 'GMO awareness' and 'plant-based health' escape irretrievably from bottles. Read all about it: get your weekly food news fix here!


Pink Slime: It’s What’s for Dinner

March 9th, 2012 | by Jessi Stafford

ABC News posted a story this week about an additive in ground beef called ‘pink slime,’ as originally reported in The Daily and then Huffington Post. The scandal is that pink slime, or ammoniated beef trimmings, is wildly prevalent in school cafeterias.


Two Angry Moms (Film)

January 16th, 2012 | by SnagFilms

When someone discusses a healthy or hearty meal it is rarely in reference to a school lunch. This may be because French fries, ice cream sandwiches, and pizza day dominate the thinking of many school children when it comes to their cafeterias. In other words, middle school students may find fresh fruits, vegetables, and salads as foreign as the languages they have just begun to study. Clearly, our country’s cafeterias have nutritional problems; however, many parents turn away from these problems and let their children consume the fried and fatty “food” that pervades dinning halls across our nation


School Lunches: In Defense of Crap

June 11th, 2011 | by Joe Mohr

The GOP is looking to defund large parts of the school lunch program, Michelle Obama's Let's Move campaign, and the new FTC guidelines that limit marketing junk food to kids



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