As Congress readies to reauthorize Michelle Obama’s Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act this year, students and parents continue to post photographic evidence of the program’s shortcomings.
The School Nutrition Association is weighing in, too.
” … Some of USDA’s regulations under the law have unnecessarily increased costs and waste for school meal programs and caused many students to swap healthy school meals for junk food fare,” says SNA CEO Patricia Montague in a news release.
The group points out 1.4 million fewer children are eating school lunches since the rules championed by First Lady Michelle Obama were implemented.
That can easily be explained by some of the skimpy, moldy, mysterious and downright disgusting lunches being served to students.
Take a look at some of the photos students have posted to Twitter in just the last few days:
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