What does your child have for lunch in the school cafeteria? Obesity among childrena is becoming a growing problem not only in our country, but also in other countries around the world. When parents send their children to school, they most often rely on the breakfast or lunch that their children will receive in the school chair, prepare a box of food or give pocket money for the little ones to buy something to eat.
A good example of he althy eating is given by the Sweetgreen team. This is a restaurant chain that also offers online food ordering. Their idea is to promote he althy eating in US schools.
To prove how unhe althy the American diet is, they study how students in other countries eat and recreate their vision with their own products. How children have lunch in Italy, Brazil or Spain, see in the following photos.
Finland - cream soup, beetroot, fresh fruit, sweet potatoes.
South Korea - Rice is the main part of the meal, but there are always vegetables with it.
Italy – fresh fruit, pasta, two types of salad, roast meat and nice bread.
Greece – In addition to fresh fruit, children also regularly eat he althy yogurt.
Spain – Rice, gazpacho and seafood.
USA - Fried snacks, calorie-rich crackers, mashed potatoes not made from fresh potatoes, frozen peas and sauces.
France – Fresh fruit, fine cheese, roast meat and stewed vegetables.