ChefChopNSlice on September 10th, 2019 at 15:45 UTC »
The worst part about this is that they’d rather throw the food away, to make a point, than allow a hungry kid to eat it. Chances are, that if he can’t pay for lunch, he’s not eating enough at home either. That food cost the school pennies at most, and it was already purchased. (Source: have worked in kitchens my whole life, worked in my school cafeteria during study hall for free lunch, also ran my own business feeding a sorority as a private chef and used to do the menu planning and ordering of food for that business and a couple of restaurants I worked at). This shit is pathetic for a first world country.
Nowthatisfresh on September 10th, 2019 at 16:50 UTC »
Better throw the food away to really make a point
I_cant16 on September 10th, 2019 at 20:44 UTC »
I used to student teach at a daycare at the college I was attending and they would throw away so much food! The place was small and they didn't have a lot of children. The cafeteria would send large amounts of food over but after the kids and teachers(4) ate there was SO much food leftover. The student teachers weren't allowed to have any so I watched as they dumped all of the food into the trash. This is a very sad case.