Would You Eat At 50 School Cafeterias In The Name Of Progress?

In the United Kingdom, about a quarter of students leaving school doors will do so as an obese person, and the National Health Service spends a lot of money–too much money–treating illnesses related to bad diets every day of the year. What might the two have in common? School lunch programs. But in order to figure out how to improve them, these savvy policy makers decided to visit over 50 schools, try their lunches, and then decide where to go from there. The first step to improving bad policy is to live it, and as our pinstriped congressmen discuss pizza sauce the vegetable as childhood obesity is on its way to becoming a national health crisis, perhaps they could take a few pointers from these Brits.


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