NYC Council hears students’ testimony over gross meals served in school

New York City school kids testified to the City Council Wednesday about unpopular food options that have some students tossing their lunch in the trash.

The council raised concerns about the meals being served to students after images of less-than-appetizing dishes circulated on social media.

“I’ve been served stale waffles during breakfast and barely cooked chicken nuggets and fries,” one student testified.

“During the pandemic, students were served ham and cheese sandwiches and peanut butter sandwiches, which as a student who’s eaten them before, know that they’re not able to keep me energized throughout the school day.”

Other students testified that some food choices didn’t meet their

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