Getting kids to eat healthy school lunches is all about taste and presentation, a new study finds.
There is a debate at Boston Public Schools about school food choices and keeping kids healthy.
A new study finds that what parents pack from home is often much worse than what’s offered at school.
This week, thousands of people who oversee what meals are served to your kids at school are in Boston for their annual conference. Members of the School Nutrition Association will be sampling recipes and discussing healthy alternatives to popular foods, as well as how to lower costs.
But the organization has come under fire in recent months. After initially supporting the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, which required more fruit, vegetables and whole grains in school meals, and less sodium, sugar, and fat, it has turned against the new rules.
Even highly trained chefs deal with kid critics when it comes to lunch box offerings. The Executive Chef of Shaw’s Crab House in Chicago says use fresh ingredients and a little risk and you get fewer orders of pb&j this school year.
It’s back to packing lunches for school again. One important step in packing lunches is to make sure the food stays at the right temperature before your child eats it.
Going back to school is the same as it’s always been. Only the details are different. Kids are still kids.
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Massachusetts health officials are set to approve what could be some of the toughest school nutrition standards in the country.