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  • A school lunch consisting of rice, salmon, ratatouille, a slice of bread, a salad with celery and carrots, and an orange and donut is laid out on a tray at the Anne Franck school in Lambersart, northern France, May 6, 2014.
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  • The school lunch of an omelette, vegetable soup, banana yogurt and water are served at the Chiquitin kindergarten in Madrid, Spain, May 6, 2014.
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  • Sri, a house maid, shows a lunch box she prepared for her employer's child, at an elementary school in Jakarta, Indonesia, May 6, 2014. The lunch consists of rice, meatball soup, and tofu and vegetables.
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  • A school lunch featuring a grilled cheese sandwich on whole grain bread is served with a southwestern-style corn salad, fresh carrots and either canned pears or apple sauce, May 5, 2014, at Mirror Lake Elementary School in Federal Way, Wash. On this day, students could choose between this lunch or a green salad entree option featuring low-sodium chicken, a whole-grain roll, fresh red peppers, and cilantro dressing.
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  • Two lunch trays at a primary school in London are served during a lunch break, May 6, 2014. The meal choice at right consists of pasta with fresh broccoli and slices of bread, and seasonal fresh fruit. At left are vegetable chili with rice and fresh broccoli, sponge cake with custard, and a banana. The drink options are milk and water.
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  • A school lunch at El Caminet del Besos kindergarten is pictured in Barcelona, Spain, May 6, 2014. The lunch is composed of cream of vegetable soup, pan-fried breast of veal with salad, a piece of bread, an orange or banana and water. Most countries seem to put a premium on feeding school children a healthy meal at lunchtime. U.S. first lady Michelle Obama is on a mission to make American school lunches healthier too.
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  • Milagro Ramos, a student at the Angela Landa elementary school, spoons up rice from her lunch tray, which also contains a chicken croquette, a piece of taro root and yellow pea soup in Old Havana, Cuba, May 6, 2014. Milagro brought fried plantains, lower left corner of her tray, and an orange drink from home. The children provide their own drinks.
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  • A public elementary school girl buys a pancake for her lunch on the street in Jakarta, Indonesia, May 6, 2014. In Indonesia, not every student can bring a lunch box to school. Public school students buy their lunch at school cafeterias or food stalls on the nearby streets. The price for one pancake is about one U.S. cent.
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  • Mamadou Diagana, shows his fried donuts as he makes his way to school in Bamako, Mali, May 6, 2014. In Mali?s capital, the majority of students go to neighborhood schools and return home from noon to 3 p.m. so they can eat lunch with their families. The they then return to class until 5 p.m.
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  • French chef Xavier Lebeau poses with a plate of Quenelles de Brochet (pike fish) with Green Haricots and Champignons de Paris (Paris mushrooms) at the Saint Pierre de Chaillot school in Paris, May 6, 2014. In France, school lunch is an art form: hot, multi-course and involving vegetables.
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  • A plastic plate containing an empanada of meat, milanesa (meat covered with egg and bread), and potato is set on a table where children ages 2 to 5 years old have lunch at a school in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 6, 2014.
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  • A lunch box containing rice with chicken Milanesa (chicken covered with egg and bread) sits on a table where kids ages 2 to 5 have lunch at a school in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 6, 2014. Argentine culture celebrates tight-knit families with multiple generations living together or just down the street, meaning most children have been able to count on some relative providing a hot homemade lunch before or after they attend public school, which is generally taught in four-hour shifts in the morning or afternoon.
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  • Becky Domokos-Bays, the director of food and nutrition services at Alexandria City Public Schools, holds up a tray of food during lunch at the Patrick Henry Elementary School in Alexandria, Va., April 29, 2014. Starting next school year, pasta and other grain products in schools will have to be whole-grain rich, or more than half whole grain. The requirement is part of a government effort to make school lunches and breakfasts healthier.
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  • Baani, a 5-year-old Indian schoolgirl, eats her lunch prepared by her mother, consisting of flatbread, a turnip dish and mangoes, at a school in Jammu, India, May 6, 2014. Most countries seem to put a premium on feeding school children a healthy meal at lunchtime.
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