As school bells start ringing again across Canada, many parents are back to worrying what to put in their kids lunches so that they will eat it.
And it’s not just what kind of food that’s a concern, but also if kids have enough time to eat their lunches — creating a challenge for teachers in the afternoon with “hangry” students in class.
Zoe Traiforos, mother of three, tries to provide nutritious lunches for her kids but says the food just kept coming back half-eaten. So she got involved in the lunch program at her local school at Howard Public School in Toronto.
“It just began out of frustration with the daily throwing out of soggy lunches and my concern about my children not eating during the day,” she tells The Current’s host Matt Galloway.
“It was a very irregular thing to find that they had found the time to consume whatever I’d sent them … and the kids came home from school starving.”
Read the full article by the CBC here.