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    Like all other meals, lunch is an important meal that we have everyday, mostly everyday it is consumed at school. The problems that I would like to address in my essay include the following; the limited amount of time we get to eat, the limited amount of portion sizes, the quality that is provided, and the amount of food that is wasted. Most frequent, students have a limited amount of time to eat their lunch, I think Lunch would be a more amusing and lively milieu if we could have more than 10 to 15 minutes to eat our lunch. I’m not saying that if this matter was relieved it would solve all of the complications that we have with our lunches, it would just be relieving some students of their empty tummies. IF we had more time to consume these…

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    School meals have become a bit of cliché with regard to poor nutrition. Countless movies and television shows poke fun at the abundance of unidentifiable foods and lack of nutrition that can show up on cafeteria trays across the nation. While school meals have changed significantly in the past few decades, they still have a long way to go before they can truly be considered nutritious and healthy meals. According to McGuire, our school meals are still too narrow and contain more sodium and fat…

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    School Lunches School lunches at schools can be healthy and unhealthy. is the food that students are eating healthy.not all food is healthy in schools there different meals theres breakfast and lunch. the most important meal of the day is breakfast.is the breakfast that students are getting fed healthy for them. I say that some of that food is not healthy because if it was good not much people would complain about school food. Im not saying that that all breakfast should be the best like…

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    Healthier food for schools I believe that we should spend more money on healthier lunches at school. We waste so much money on corn. Michael Pollan write an article about how corn is too big and we waste so much money on it. Pollan says “despite the fact that we struggle to get rid of surplus.” The obesity rate is 30% in 25 states. Many people may agree or disagree with the fact that we have many issues within ur community. Our plan is to feed the kids healthier within the school district and…

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    Longer lunches. A longer lunch would be great right? More time to eat, hangout, and take a break, but there also health benefits that make me believe that we should have an extended lunch in our schools. Therefore students should get longer lunches There are many health benefits to having a longer lunch including, but not excluded to, the amount of time allows you to look for a healthier alternative to school lunch. Firstly, according to the Livestrongs article Pros and Cons of Longer…

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    In schools all around the U.S. and maybe even the world have been changing their menus to accommodate the new requirements for lunches. As they all change their food items even the ingredients to make it as healthy as possible. Though they are doing there best to make kids healthy, did they go about it in the right way? Well if you asked the staff present at the school they may argue that the school lunches are in fact healthy, but you don 't see them often going in to get there own…

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    America is in an obesity epidemic. The majority of public schools are only making this problem worse. The school lunches that are provided to students are unhealthy, lacking in taste and quality, and are extremely underwhelming. This isn’t only a problem with lunches, the food in the vending machines is also very unhealthy. The lunches also do not cater in the slightest to children with food allergies or restrictions such as vegetarian or vegan. America is failing their children by placing them…

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    Chesire, S. (2014, August 19). Healthy School Lunches Face Tough Taste Test. The CNN article, Healthy school Lunches Face Tough Taste Test, discusses how some schools are opting out of the National School Lunch Program because the children are not liking what they are being served therefore they are either bringing lunch or going out to get lunch at the nearby fast food places. With an open campus, kids can leave as they please. This is leaving less money being spent in the cafeteria. The USDA…

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    Good School Lunches

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    Our school claims that they put effort into giving students the option of a good school lunch. But, I feel otherwise there could be some occasions where the food will be good. But, in other times it could be soggy or very cold like I have had sometimes. Also, it says that the lunches are healthy of course the lunches are served with a side of veggies but the vegetables served with these meals are absolutely unacceptable they are really unappealing and they don't even taste like vegetables. …

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    Changing School Lunches

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    Changing a school's lunch menu may not seem like a big deal. For those students who buy lunch at school everyday, it is a big deal. If you already know that the students like the food why change it? Like they say "if it's not broke why try to fix it". Students have the right to choose what they want to eat everyday. I believe that this change would be a bad idea for our school. First thing to consider is whether students like or dislike the current lunch menu. For some of the students not…

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