Lunch wars [electronic resource] : how to start a school food revolution and win the battle for our children's health / Amy Kalafa.
|Publisher:||New York : Tarcher, 2011.|
National school lunch program.
School children -- Food -- United States.
Education -- Parent participation -- United States.
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|Title:||Lunch wars [electronic resource] : how to start a school food revolution and win the battle for our children's health / Amy Kalafa.|
|Physical description:||1 online resource.|
|Summary note:||The average kid will eat 4,000 school lunches between kindergarten and twelfth grade. But what exactly are kids eating in school lunchrooms around the country? Many parents don't quite know what their children are eating-or where it came from. As award-winning filmmaker and nutritionist Amy Kalafa discovered in researching her documentary film Two Angry Moms: Fighting for the Health of America's Children, these days it's pretty rare to find a piece of fresh fruit in your average school lunchroom amid all the chips, french fries, Pop-Tarts, chicken nuggets, and soda that's being served. But what, if anything, can parents do about it?|
|Added author:||OverDrive, Inc., distributor.|
|ISBN:||9781101546734 (electronic bk.)
1101546735 (electronic bk.)
9781101547465 (electronic bk.)
1101547464 (electronic bk.)
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