Post Your Healthy School Lunch Photos in “Fed Up” Youth Advocacy Campaign

DoSomething.org, a youth advocacy website with two million members, has launched a campaign encouraging young people to photograph their school lunch.  The Fed Up school lunch campaign (www.dosomething.org/fedup), asks participants to “show us what you think of school lunch” by posting photos of their meal, completing a short survey on their impressions of school lunch, and voting either “eat it” or “toss it” on posted photos.

School Nutrition Association (SNA) sent this letter to DoSomething.org on behalf of members and is communicating with DoSomething.org regarding campaign inaccuracies.  SNA encourages members to help show DoSomething.org the true state of school meals. 

Visit this link and submit a photo of your school lunch so visitors to the site can see the healthy, fresh, delicious food you serve in your schools each day.  It only takes a few minutes to participate.  Click on the “Show us your lunch” tab at the bottom of the page.  Then click on “register” in the top right corner.  You will be required to provide your name, an email address and birthday (you are not required to submit a cell number).  Upload your photo and you can complete the short multiple choice survey telling the site how healthy your lunch is!

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