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School lunch trays around the world

September 16, 2009 |  6:14 am


Already tired of getting up early to make school lunches? Already run out of ideas for what to put in that Hello Kitty or Spider-Man lunch box?

What's for School Lunch? is a fun blog that let's you see what's being served to schoolchildren in many countries. Maybe it will give you new inspiration, or maybe it will prompt you to hand over lunch money.

Sardines and rice in Japan, brown rice and beans in Haiti, a plate of vegetables in Sweden, and much more are pictured.

-- Mary MacVean

(Photo: L.A. Unified has an executive chef, Mark Baida, who here is listening to students about school food. By Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times)