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A little girl in preschool in North Carolina was told after inspection that her lunch was "not healthy enough" and was instead given chicken nuggets..
So what could the mother of the girl have given her to make the school food police step in?
Try a turkey sandwich, with whole wheat bread mind you, banana, apple juice, and a bag of chips.
The mom of the girl said that she packs her lunch around what the girl eats and always has a fruit in it because she eats them. She serves the vegetables at home where she can make sure she eats it because she isn't a fan of them.
When her lunch was taken away, regardless of what school lunch had along with the chicken nuggets, she ended up only eating that. No fruit not anything. Just the chicken nuggets.
So in the schools attempt to make sure she had a healthy meal, she ended up having a nutritionally worse one. Go figure.
The Department of Health and Human Services requires students to eat lunches that consist of meat, milk, grain, and two servings of fruit or vegetables. So looking at what the mom packed, and what the school served, and what she actually ended up eating, do you think her lunch was not good enough?
And who is the school to decide anyway?
On top of all that, they sent with the girl and her rejected lunch a bill of $1.25 for the lunch she barely ate that the school made her eat.
So what do you guys think? Leave a comment below.