Students and inmates eat almost identical lunches, but jailhouse cuisine is healthier
September 23, 2012
Few can say they had a good school lunch experience.
Stereotypically sloppy and greasy and served up with greying mashed potatoes, canteen dinners are a childhood memory best forgotten.
Even prisoners would turn their noses up at some of it, according to the LA-based community blog GOOD.is.
Both meals contain roughly the same number of calories (around 1,400) but what’s shocking is that prisoners are allowed a greater serving of fruit and vegetables than growing children.
COMMENT: Food, of course, is just the beginning of how schools are treating our children…
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