Food Revolution Team

    What’s Really On The Lunch Tray?

    Posted October 27th, 2011 by

    For the past month we have been asking our Food Revolution Community to share, rate and compare photos of school lunches from across the world on our Food Revolution School Lunch Photo Wall.

    If you haven’t already then why not visit your kids for lunch, snap a photo and upload it here.

    If you don’t have time to visit the cafeteria for lunch, or don’t have kids in school, we’d still love you to come take a look at the photos and rate them anyway!

    We are now half way through, with the photo wall closing on November 26th and so far we have had over 8,700 ratings which is amazing! However, new photos are added each day so we need you to keep checking back in and rating the latest!

    Earlier in the year, over 25,000 people joined us in asking for better school food by sending comments to the USDA supporting the proposed new standards for school meals. Here is our chance to see exactly what is on the lunch tray, and why these new standards are so important.

    We believe that every kid deserves fresh, wholesome school food, will you help us raise awareness and start a honest conversation about school lunch?

    www.jamiesfoodrevolution.com/bestworstlunch

    Thanks,

    The Food Revolution Team

    PS. Don’t forget to sign & share the Food Revolution petition!


     

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    1 Comment

    October 31, 2011 at 1:14 pm by Anita

    I am so glad you all are doing this great work!!

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