As I live in Ontario, Canada, our school children don’t enjoy a national school lunch program as in the United States. As far as I understand, The National School Lunch Program currently operates in over 100,000 public and non-profit private schools and residential care institutions, and serves low-cost or free lunches to over 31 million children per day!I would imagine that the safety of the food being served to children is priority, and that school districts and those involved in distributing lunches have a proper system in place. But how often are expiry dates checked on certain items?Take milk for example; the last thing you’d want is for your kid to end up spitting out chunky milk! But what about juice boxes?
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