Food Quality at Daycare
- November 9, 2018 at 3:02 pm #55353
I am a mom to a beautiful one year old and send my child to BH in the Seattle area. My daughter recently moved up to the toddler room, so off formula into actual food. So far, I have been feeding her home prepared food, but started recently looking at the menu because I work full-time. I asked about some of the brands and ingredients used on the menu and must say I’m not too thrilled given the second mortgage I am paying in the form of tuition. While they do provide fresh fruits, some of the menu items are far from healthy:
“Fruit bars” are actually nutri-grain bars that have high fructose corn syrup and very little fruit. Cheerios is sugar. Muffins (most store-bought ones) are actually cupcakes without the icing.
I think America generally has a problem with food quality but would like to start here to see if others agree and what we can do to change this.
- This topic was modified 1 month ago by Esther Song.
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