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Originally posted by Myendica
Isnt this sort of illegal? Isnt there a law about talking with minors without parents consent? Wouldnt they have to call the parents before informing a 4 yo that their lunch isnt healthy enough? I mean, I assume the person forcing nuggets on the child is some sort of authority..
Originally posted by Laxpla
Just that turkey sandwich alone, is 1400/2400mg of sodium of the recommended daily value.
Originally posted by dannotz
Just yet another example of the ridiculousness that big brother imposes on us.
Originally posted by Thunder heart woman
The public schools of today, are nothing like they were when I was growing up. I consider my education back then to be far superior to what children are getting now.
Originally posted by nixie_nox
I love the hypocrisy of this article.
We send out kids to be educated
So that doesn't include education about nutrition?
Many private schools are also rigid about what the parents send for lunch. While many lunches are healthy, I don't get what is wrong with a turkey and cheese and a banana. Just take away the chips.
Sounds like an overzealous inspector.
And before everyone hops on the bandwagon and grabs their pitchforks, this is one incident at one school out of 40k.