A Look at School Lunches Around the World

For a peek at what the rest of the world serve their children, here’s a visual survey of what school lunches look like in 20 countries — it’s notable the number of countries that appear to serve freshly prepared food, are rice-based, and use reusable dishware. Via Readers to Eaters:

What School Lunches Look Like In 20 Countries Around The World

Italy: The majority of Italian schools serve lunches made from organic ingredients, mostly grown nearby. The daily meal at la mensa della scuola, the school canteen, is usually centered around pasta or risotto, with salad served as a separate course. Meat shows up on the menu only a couple times a week…

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