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It’s almost Labor Day, and that means a new school year is about to begin for many school children. Perhaps as a parent of a young child you are wondering what new ideas to help encourage your kids to eat a nutritious lunch, and also expand their developing food palettes.
Dr. Betty Izumi, a child nutritionist, sustainable food systems researcher at Portland State University, and herself a mother of young children, demonstrates three different homemade lunch ideas that may satisfy both parent and child alike. As Dr. Betty shows in the video, it’s not only what is inside the sack lunch that counts, but also how it is put together. In the end, school lunches that are healthy, fresh, and fun are the keys to a satisfying lunch-time experience.
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