Learn everything you need to know about your school's hot lunch program and how to help your kid make smart choices. Plus: New ideas for the tired sack lunch.
According to a new study, the timing of lunch and recess during the schoolday has an effect both on what our kids eat and how active they are.
Buy only six ingredients and mix and match them to create healthy school meals for the week.
It's about time schools stopped humiliating kids for not having lunch money. New Mexico is the first state to enact a law against the practice, and we hope others follow suit.
An elementary school boy was humiliated by a "lunch money" stamp on his arm when his account balance fell, and now a picture of it is going viral.
Is your child getting bullied about her lunch--or being the food police with other kids? Here's what you need to know.
Here are some healthy lunch ideas that kids will love.
Find out what kids are really eating in school-and what gets dumped in the trash.
Start the school year right with these creative and healthy back-to-school meals.
Great tips and recipes for packing hassle-free, budget-friendly, tasty, and all-around fun meals your kids will want to eat.
Think of these seven themed ideas as fun #lunchgoals. They're quick to prepare because we've used 25 healthy, kid-approved packaged products.
According to dietitians who work with children and some recent studies, a disturbing new trend in school cafeterias is kids being pressured to eat less than than they actually want--or not to eat lunch at all.
Take a break, mama! Kids can pack their own lunches, or at least help. Here are six realistic ways to get them involved.
We all want our children to eat better school lunches, but are struggling to figure out how to make it happen. Will proposed new rules help?
School lunches your child will really eat.
From upgraded peanut butter sandwiches to pizza kebabs, these ready-to-pack meals are nutritious and delicious.