Largely as a response to the growing rate of childhood obesity in this country, former First Lady Michelle Obama launched her widely touted “Let’s Move! Campaign in February 2010. The intention was to promote better eating, more physical activity, and all-round healthier lifestyles for America’s kids. One key victory for the movement was the adoption of new and stricter nutritional standards in the nation’s school breakfast and lunch programs, including lower sodium and fat allowances for school meals. In the short run, one result of the new lunch standards was increased plate waste. “School Food Authorities (SFAs) in 48 of the 50 states reported an increase in plate waste after the changeover.” 1