Steroidal Nannyism : NC preschooler’s ‘unhealthy’ lunch replaced with cafeteria nuggets

“When home-packed lunches do not include all of the required items, child care providers must supplement them with the missing ones.”

FOX-8 (Greensboro, NC) reports:

A Hoke County preschooler was fed chicken nuggets for lunch because a state worker felt that her homemade lunch did not have enough nutritional value, according to a report by the Carolina Journal…

Read the entire report.

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6 responses to “Steroidal Nannyism : NC preschooler’s ‘unhealthy’ lunch replaced with cafeteria nuggets

  1. This approaches being a crime against humanity, worthy of Reinhard Heydrich.

    I think the agent should be charged with felony child abuse. I mean it.

  2. I’d demand a search warrant before anyone searches my childs homemade lunch. I smell lawsuit.

  3. Obviously the home packed lunch which “consisted of a turkey and cheese sandwich, a banana, apple juice and potato chips” did not have enough fat

  4. From the article: “which consisted of a turkey and cheese sandwich, a banana, apple juice and potato chips — “did not meet U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines,” the Journal reports.”

    Grain – bread
    Lean Meat
    Dairy
    Fruit
    Juice
    Vegetable – Only thing this person could object to is fat content – but if low fat?
    As healthy as some of these menus put out by USDA at choosemyplate.gov Look at the total fat content of Corn Chowder recommended

  5. Liked, linked, and quoted. Let’s all help Hoke County Hang in there and banish the Hokum! (I meant to say Hex the Hokum, but would everyone have understood?)

  6. Also, the forced use of paid services violate at least basic customer service principles if not civil and/or constitutional rights.

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