School Lunches Are Getting Healthier — The Facts

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School Lunches Are Getting Healthier — The Facts

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More than 30 million American children eat school lunches each day—a fact parents can feel good about. These tasty meals are healthier than ever before and help kids develop sound nutrition and eating habits.

See what’s changed in this video. Then, go eat lunch at your child’s school and tell school leaders that you support their work to improve kids’ health. Find out how here: http://www.pewtrusts.org/en/about/news-room/news/2015/02/20/how-to-support-kids-nutrition-in-your-childs-school.

Learn more at www.healthyschoolfoodsnow.org.

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