22 school lunches from around the worldBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/22-school-lunches-from-around-the-world
Reddit users gathered once and let's brag about who and what they treat in school canteens. Both the students themselves and their parents took part in the discussion. It turned out to be lively and incredibly informative. If you are nostalgic for Soviet school canteens and are sincerely outraged by the current nutrition of students, then you will certainly be interested in the experience of other countries.
This is the school lunch of an ordinary student from the UK. It seems quite similar to ours.
And so they feed elementary school students in Sydney, Australia. Useful, tasty and interesting.
Lunch at a school in California, USA.
These plates are waiting for Canadian children in a Toronto school.
Chinese schoolchildren can count on such a lunch. By the way, there seems to be a barbecue!
A typical Danish child's lunch. Nothing superfluous.
Finnish school lunch looks so-so. I can say I was disappointed.
Of course, this is Japan. Where else will they spend time to arrange rice like this?
It's Japanese lunch again. So, without fudging, they treat high school students.
Delicious and a lot is a schoolboy's lunch from Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
And in Oregon, they once gave rice with vegetables and meatballs.
A student's lunch at a school in Stockholm. Something doesn't look right somehow. Is there just a buffet?
The state of Wyoming, USA. It seems that the lunches at this school are prepared by cooks from the district correctional house.
In Seoul, South Korea, the school cafeteria is treated to this.
This is Thailand, baby. Admit it, did you also look for fried locusts in the plate?
And this is France, Paris. Once this city was called the culinary capital of the world. That's it, never mind.
In schools in India. I think there's something vegetarian in there.
Another truly American lunch. This time from a Texas state school.
Bun, milk carton… Little has changed in Romanian schools since the Ceausescu dictatorship.
And this is a Spanish student's lunch. In a country where oranges grow on the streets, are children not afraid to shock with this apple?
At a school in Slovakia. It's completely unclear what's lurking there between tomatoes and baguette pieces. Very similar to canned mackerel.
And these are the peddlers of the school cafeteria in Pyongyang, North Korea. Of course, this is a joke of one of the redditers. But you know, there's only a fraction of a joke in every joke.