OROSI, California (KSEE) -- How healthy is your child's school lunch?
One school lunch program in Orosi, California has gained the First Lady's attention.
"I know that it's healthy, but it's so good tasting that's why I like it," said Yessenia Sanchez, a fourth grader at Golden Valley Elementary where students are making healthy choices at lunch, mainly because they are not given anything to choose from that is bad.
"It's really surprising how many kids are picking a tossed salad," said Food Service Director Brenda Handy.
Not only salads, but also fresh fruits and vegetables that are individually packaged here at the school to ensure kids are getting the recommended half cup serving a day.