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Are Sack Lunches Unsafe?

A study published in the journal Pediatrics showed that most meats and vegetables parents packed in their children’s lunches were not kept in a safe temperature range once at school. What do you think?

  • "Maybe for poor kids. They can't afford air-conditioned lunch boxes."

    Jocelyn Brower
    Yard Supervisor
  • "I'm sick of all this overprotection. When I was a kid, I ate bag lunches every day, threw up all over Mrs. Sherman's third-grade class one time, never lived it down for my entire schooling, and developed deep, lifelong insecurity issues, just like a kid is supposed to."

    Wayne Heneghan
    Systems Analyst
  • "There's no credible evidence to suggest our school lunches are getting warmer."

    Darren Flemons
    Nurse Assistant