School dinners are not meant to taste nice, are they?
Well these school dinners from across the world show how differently things are done elsewhere after complaints today these UK were the worst ever made.
However, these school dinners are the best the world to offer.
Cuban schools serves up plantains, French schoolchildren get to have brie and slices of beef whereas Greece school dinners include feta cheese and fresh vegetables.
They also look healthy, with meals boasting fish with rocket and caprese, steak with salad and baked plantain with coriander.
American restaurant chain Sweetgreens and a Scottish schoolgirl’s blogging site Never Seconds compared school dinners from across the world and demanded that schools in the UK and USA did not have to serve processed meats.
Lorna Driver-Davies, a nutritional therapist at NutriCentre, ranked the school dinners in France, Korea and Brazil as the best.
She told MailOnline: ‘Looking at the lunches from across the world, it seems mixed in terms of how balanced the diets are.
‘Looks can be deceiving, since while the Finnish lunch looks very healthy – the focus is on starchy carbohydrates, starchy vegetables and fruit so for me it’s lacking in adequate protein or green leafy vegetables.
‘My favourite is the Korean meal since fermented foods are great for gut health and the children are given a starchy carbohydrate such as rice, but also green and colourful vegetables and fish – boosting protein levels.’
She added: ‘The French meal was also very good since they are leaning towards giving vegetables and meat rather than too much bread or pasta and the French cheese will give some protein, fat soluble nutrients and calcium.
She said: ‘The Brazilian meal was as good as the Korean, since there is an emphasis on meat and plant proteins and vegetables.’
But which is your favourite?
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