The History of Lunchroom Nutrition

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Meat was not included in the diet because of its high cost. Because of a lack of adequate funding for his projects, Benjamin Thompson was constantly seeking to develop meals which would provide the best nutrition at the lowest possible cost. In the early days of America, when most schools were in rural communities, most children went to school only when the farm work allowed...
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Children ate lunch out in the fields and only what was available. Most children up until the 1940's actually went home for lunch, unless they lived too far away. Efforts were made beginning in the early 1900's to provide some means of warming certain foods brought from home or to prepare a hot food of some kind at school as a supplement to the foods brought from home...
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