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Christopher Kimball

The junk in school lunches

By Christopher Kimball
September 21, 2005

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WHEN WE drop our two youngest kids at the school bus in the morning, my wife and I assume they are in good hands. But then our 10-year-old son started listing recent lunch menus: Eggo waffles, reheated French toast with maple-flavored corn syrup, hot dogs, ersatz mac and cheese, and canned, sweetened fruit for dessert. I soon sent one of ... (Full article: 733 words)

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