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A couple weeks ago we covered school lunches for our adult listeners, but this week we let the kids take over! Time for Lunch is HRN's first-ever kids' show, and this episode is all about going back to school.
What do kids in Japan have for lunch at school? When in history were school lunches first served? Do you like to have pizza on Fridays? It’s that time of year where kids all around the world are going back to school! No matter what school looks like for you this year, chances are that lunchtime is still an important part of your day. This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry talk to friends all around the world about what their lunches look like now that we’re back in school. School lunch expert, Andrea Strong tells about her dreams for NYC’s public school lunches and we learn a tasty Japanese lunchtime treat.
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