Here is an interesting story where a parent packed a lunch for her child, which was inspected, found not to meet government guidelines, and then charged for the school providing a lunch. However, the key facts are what was in the lunches the child brought to school and what the school provided her. Here is what was in her packed lunch:
The West Hoke Elementary School student was in her More at Four classroom when a state agent who was inspecting lunch boxes decided that her packed lunch — which consisted of a turkey and cheese sandwich, a banana, apple juice and potato chips — “did not meet U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines,” the Journal reports.Here is what she ended up eating courtesy of Big Brother:
The student’s mother told the Journal she received a note from the school about the incident and was charged $1.25 for the cafeteria tray, from which her daughter only ate three chicken nuggets.