A Canadian mother was fined $ 10 by the school for her child's unbalanced lunch. Ottawa Mr. Associate Professor, University of Yoni Freedhoff of Canada are reported .
Unfortunately, she forgot to put in the "cereals ."
The school described the lunch, which lacked "cereals" such as rice and wheat, as "unbalanced" and gave children "Ritz crackers" to supplement "cereals"-a "fine of $ 10" for mothers. With a notice of.
Many of the lunches that children bring in the United States and Canada are easy to eat, such as sandwiches and soups, and sometimes only fruits such as apples and bananas. In the meantime, if you had frozen food or junk food, you would still be fined for lunch with homemade roast beef ... This mother would have been surprised and surprised.
It would be correct for the school to thoroughly manage the nutrition of the child, but the mother who was dismissed by the "Ritz crackers" for her own lunch inevitably feels sympathy. If he had replenished the grains with "16-grain rice cooked with no pesticides" instead of "Ritz", he might have been able to convince him of the $ 10 fine.