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America's Families Still Revile USDA-Funded School Lunches

Last week, as countless Americans around the country celebrated School Lunch Hero Day, which honors school lunchroom staff, parents and students were busy complaining furiously about the frequently inedible food those heroes serve our nation’s public school students. Unlike Hero Day, which just turned 10, such complaints about government-provided school lunches are an annual tradition that’s been going on for generations.

In Baltimore, for example, parents are complaining about the foods served to kids throughout the county. “They said their children’s milk has had chunks in it,” Fox Baltimore reported last week. “Some of the food has been moldy, they said.” The report also notes that “what looks like a lump of brown meat on white bread” in one photo—an extremely charitable description—is “actually a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.”

School lunch horror stories such as these are ubiquitous. In Springfield, Massachusetts, families are complaining about moldy food and

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