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The workers then took those lunches from the students and threw them away, he said, because once food is served to one student it can’t be served to another.


I don't understand all these paranoid safety measures. In the school of my son the parents make soup in winter and distribute it in plastic handwashed mugs. It is not encouraged that kids drink from one anothers mugs but if they do it's a non-event. What do they think is going to happen? Kids will poison one another?



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The workers then took those lunches from the students and threw them away, he said, because once food is served to one student it can’t be served to another.


I don't understand all these paranoid safety measures. In the school of my son the parents make soup in winter and distribute it in plastic handwashed mugs. It is not encouraged that kids drink from one anothers mugs but if they do it's a non-event. What do they think is going to happen? Kids will poison one another?


It's standard practice in most American schools. I wouldn't call it paranoid, but perhaps it's being overly careful in spreading common diseases. Either way, it's more of a "better safe than sorry" measure.





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American food laws are what prompted the French to dub American chow "cuisine sanitaire".  LOL!



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It's standard practice in most American schools. I wouldn't call it paranoid, but perhaps it's being overly careful in spreading common diseases. Either way, it's more of a "better safe than sorry" measure.





I think Europeans would more likely see it as a waste of food. Well, unless it's junkfood.



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QUOTE "But cafeteria workers weren’t able to see which children owed money until they had already received lunches, Olsen explained." QUOTE

When I went to school, you either paid cash or had a prepaid meal ticket.  Aren't these people able to check their status before serving them???

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I wish I had one of those for my 5 yr old



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Put ankle chains on the little fuckers and make em scrub latrines until their tabs are paid off!

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