Likely, who still posts on here occasionally, asked me the other day if I had seen Two Angry Moms. I hadn't. She said it was recommended by Jamie Oliver, in connection to his Food Revolution Angry Moms.
We started comparing menus at our kids' schools. They weren't good. So long as I am able, I won't be having my son eat there. I haven't yet. But I also know that not everyone can do that. I feel frustrated for the parents that rely on reduced and free lunch programs to help feed their kids, only to have their kids eating rejectamenta (I thank Ratatouille for that word) alongside high fructose corn syrup pumped milk.
I've seen it first-hand and I want change.
Wonder if you or any other parent who cares can make a
difference about what is served in your local schools?
These two women are.
And they are trying to make it easier for the rest of us to do the same.
Check out one of their suggested links that has downloadable ideas and sample letters to get you started if you feel a bit angry too. And be sure to check out the short documentary. It is a good one.