by Rachel Oakley in New Trends on Tuesday 22 October 2013

We’ve all heard (some of us seen) the true horror that is the U.S. school lunch. Goopy messes slopped onto a plate that resembles some kind of food item. Well, thanks to (the country’s largest not-for-profit for young people and social change), students are able to tell us what they really think. No more cafeteria silence!

Cleverly named Fed Up, this campaign sees kids post pictures of their horrid school meals and will compile the info and distribute it to school districts and nutrition advocates across the U.S. High hopes for change? Not really, but the ball has started rolling and that counts for something.