National School Lunch Program in Tennessee Has A Few Bugs to Work Out…Literally

Parents with children in the Monroe County School System are reportedly revolting against the government-funded National School Lunch Program after their kids found what were either maggots or mites in their cafeteria food. Last month, according to Reason.com, seventh-graders at Madisonville Public School found what they initially thought were maggots…

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Commentary: States and School Districts Need More Flexibility for Child Nutrition

School Lunch

It is essential that federal control over public education be limited. Our policies should empower states and local school districts to have the ability to make menu planning, food procurement, and contract decisions for their meal programs.

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