Recently came across a really interesting article showing what school lunches look like in 20 countries around the world. I thought you might enjoy seeing how different they are. For the full article, go HERE. First up, USA, shown above.
A Swedish lunch of potatoes, cabbage, beans, cracker, Lingon Berry juice.
CHINA! Rice, as I expected. A whole fish I did not!
KOREA. A quote from the article, “Most school cafeterias in Korea use sectioned metal trays and there’s a standard way of filling them up. The two biggest sections are for rice, usually served with pickled vegetable kimchi and soup. Smaller compartments there’s usually three of themhold side dishes of vegetables and fish. As for the beverage, kids are given little plastic bottles of sweet yogurt drink, hugely popular in Korea.”
The Philippines. Yup, that looks exactly about right.
Poor Honduras, that porridge does not look appealing…