No Such Thing As A Nanny-Free Lunch

The animal rights front group Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is planting ideas in America’s schools. Continuing to dispense dangerous animal rights orthodoxy masquerading as nutritional advice, the “physicians” denounced the National School Lunch Program, which provides balanced meals to 27 million students each day, for not substituting “plant protein” and “milk alternatives” for traditional school lunches. Among the program’s crimes, according to PCRM: serving “beef, chicken, and cheese” – and providing choice. Ten of the 12 school districts PCRM surveyed offer vegetarian alternatives, but PCRM still chided the schools for not “routinely offering vegetarian fare.”

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