Posts Tagged: school lunch

More Setbacks for SFUSD’s Future Dining Experience

Craziest School Lunch Myth Yet

Craziest School Lunch Myth Yet

Posted November 30, 2015 by

Myths about healthy school lunch rules reached a new level of crazy recently with the misleading claim that adding a dash of spice to garnish a school lunch is forbidden. That bogus assertion was made by a marketing specialist with
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Is There a “Contraband Economy” in School Cafeterias?

School Lunch Foes Favor Anecdotes Over Evidence

School Lunch Foes Favor Anecdotes Over Evidence

Posted October 19, 2015 by

Media stories about school lunch usually appear in August, along with the Back to School ads, but this year those articles are still a regular occurrence, even as Halloween rapidly approaches. That’s probably because, although the federal legislation covering all
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NY Times School Lunch Story Ignores Data

The Truth About School Lunch Programs

The Truth About School Lunch Programs

Posted September 28, 2015 by

(Editor’s Note: On September 27, the NY Times published a misguided and inaccurate attack on the federal law designed to improve the health of student lunches (“Why Students Hate School Lunches“) Dana Woldow addressed some of these mistruths back on
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SF Schools’ Meal Meltdown

SF Schools’ Meal Meltdown

Posted August 26, 2015 by

It’s déjà vu all over again, as SF public schools have been left waiting – and waiting – for their cafeteria meal deliveries, beginning the first day of this new school year. That’s exactly what happened at the start of
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Rand Paul Doesn’t Get School Lunch

Rand Paul Doesn’t Get School Lunch

Posted August 5, 2015 by Dana Woldow

Congressman Rand Paul apparently does not understand how the federal school lunch program works. What else could possibly explain Paul’s gaffe in his recent Waste Report, where he accuses LAUSD of deliberately shortening lunch periods to deny food “already paid
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