Now that elementary schools in general are peanut and/or peanut free peanut butter is not on parents grocery lists for school lunches and if it is it should not be. SchoolSafe SoyButter is a peanut butter replacement and produced to be just that. It tastes just like peanut butter and I think healthier.
It even has information on www.schoolsafefood.com website to help parents and teachers/principals work together to allow this healthy new food staple be in the classroom without anyone fearing it is the horrid peanut butter! But! There are principals that just say NO! They don't care about you and your needs and it isn't even peanut butter which is what is banned.
How do responsible parents make their school more socially responsible and allow SchoolSafe SoyButter?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:10 PM on Aug. 20, 2010 in Kids' Health
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