How Brands Like Domino's Profit From School Lunch
How Brands Like Dominos Profit From School Lunch 30 million kids in the US eat school lunch every day amp Big Food companies have a big stake in itThe billion lunches served in schools each year make up a multibillion dollar industry amp food giants grab a big slice of the lunch pie

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Roughly 30 million kids in the U.S. eat school lunch every day, and "Big Food" companies have a pretty big stake in what makes it on kids' trays. It starts with federal money, but before USDA funding makes it to cafeterias, many school districts order from food giants like Tyson and PepsiCo who grab a big slice of the school lunch pie. We hear a lot about school lunches in America and the food itself doesn't always get the best reputation. From Hollywood depictions to real life memories, the school cafeteria is a quintessential part of American culture. Who decides what food gets put on the tray? And how come one school serves this on a $1.25 budget, while another serves this? Why are teachers working at McDonald's for a night? And how does a slice of Domino's pizza meet USDA guidelines? Those are all loaded questions with complicated answers, but if you really boil it down the answer is money. Lots and lots of money. The billion lunches that get doled out in school cafeterias every year make up a multibillion dollar industry that makes sure millions of kids are fed. It starts with federal money but on its way to cafeterias, school districts have to order the meals and food giants grab a big slice of the school lunch pie. » Subscribe to CNBC: http://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: http://www.cnbc.com/ Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: https://cnb.cx/LinkedInCNBC Follow CNBC News on Facebook: http://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: http://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Google+: http://cnb.cx/PlusCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: http://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC #CNBC #Dominos #PepsiCo How Brands Like Domino's Profit From School Lunch

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Celery : Ah my favorite: *burned pizza, crusty cheese, old milk and* *_c a p I t a l i s i m_*

Eagles Nation : Y’all eating dominos pizza? Bruh I’m eating plastic pizza lmao wtf

Eggy Egggs : It is honestly disappointing that “business opportunity” and “school” are used in the same sentence

Matthew Zigrang : I get a gray chicken sandwich for $3.

Brad Evans Productions : I remember when Michelle Obama's plan when into effect when I was in high school. The way the lunch combos worked getting a fruit would make your lunch cheaper so naturally everyone would grab a fruit to get the cheaper combo then immediately throw in the trash, there would be trash cans full of fruit and vegetables, it was really sad honestly.

Lord Shrek : Let’s get Gordon Ramsay in that kitchen

BeastlyMussel61 : what's this about $1.25? I'm in Washington State and it's $3.05

dottybing : healthy school lunch?? NUTRITIONAL school lunch???? lmao no

Yoonseo Choi : Bruh my country doesn’t even do school lunches, we have to do it ourselves.. I know I know it sounds bad BIT ITS AMAZING!! Trust me New Zealand :D

Killjoy : I remember at my school the line for the vending machine was always longer than the lines for the actual lunches

Tyler Winterwolf : The thumbnail has more food on the tray than what I get served at school.

Shaggy : If I get my AK47 They will give me better food

Thomas H : Ah, nothing like a pinch of American greed sprinkled on top of your lunch tray, eh?

desert man : I love a good plastic burger with my plastic fries and dryass apple.

hentaihavenofriends : I don’t understand, how come these videos always show school lunches that are way better than what i ever got for school lunch?

Cheyenne Lin : pizza day in my elementary school was always provided by dominos

Exirt : I pay $4 for three 3 inch cartilage chicken strips...

Lucky shrimp Gamer : Why does there food look better then mine at school

Dangic23 : I witnessed school lunches in South Korea, France, Phillipines, Germany, Japan and Puerto Rico . All incredibly great food. We are killing our kids in the USA.

Alyssa : tyson has been sketchy af not responding to any request to talk about it’s food

Landscape Guy : Who remembers the square slice of pizza with like a thin drizzle of translucent half melted white cheese?! 🔥

Whole Food Plant-Based Man : As a child, I either went home for lunch because I lived a block from school, or I occasionally brought food from home. As an adult, I either take food with me from home, or I drive to Taco Bell. Times sure have changed.

Dat Asian Guyy : Lobbyists companies are lowkey mafia blackmailing the government

Roger Xiao : "Studies have shown if kids are fed, they perform better in school." *sigh.....okay then

DanTheMan : Bad school lunches in the US? (Blows raspberries) In Finland, we have AMAZING school lunches, FOR FREE! Yet students are STILL complaining! (for some odd reason) Even though the food is great! Heartless monsters! ...I feel bad for you, Americans. Let's hope that the situation gets better. Meanwhile, why don't you pack your bags and move yourself to Finland for a while? Just kidding. Anyway, greetings from Finland! 😊

GAME HAWKS : My school lunch costs $6 for a few chicken nuggets

Harris T49 : That's why you bring lunch.

Miracle Pets : My school lunch is $3 and all we get is a slice of pizza, if you want water, you have to pay another $1

Lobetec : Wait this isn't Vox?

Random Rants : Once I forgot my lunch and had to buy. The lunch that day was veggie lasagna. Let’s just say I saw it later... I never forgot my lunch again

Jay_ Animates : So which chicken company gave me chicken nuggets that bounce then?

BigSmokeVEVO : In Europe, school lunches are realy good. I can eat with just 50 Cents.

Michigan USA/Singapore S.E.Asia : Makes me sick, unethical. Why can multi million dollar businesses do business in our tax paid schools?? Let us small business owners do the same

Lucas Layton : This is why you need to vote for Bernie. Or else the rich will keep getting richer at the expense of your kids and poor.

Adam Baum : I like wasting money, food and time. I am a Democrat. Let's save the environment.

Chakat Nightsparkle : When i was in high school, School Lunch was $5 if you bought it, If you applied for Discounted Lunch it was $4. then if you were approved for Free Lunch. it was Free but all you got was either 1 bread folded over with some peanut butter and jelly in it with small bottle or water. or a Apple with a small bottle of water that was it. But again, I usually didnt eat Lunch, being that I ate breakfast at home around 7am. go to school classes start at 7:40am. by 9:40 Lunch period. Most of the Kids didnt eat lunch or would not have breakfast. I never ate lunch at school. I waited until i got home at 2:10 when i ate Lunch. Was home everyday by 2:10pm .

Menntes : Make it so kids that can bring their own lunch do so kids less fortunate can get a nice lunch. Plus it saves money which could be used on other supplies for the school or something else.

Kamren Walker : I remember my senior year of high school we were given mini water bottles during lunch. Well within a few weeks we were no longer provided them because “it wasn’t a coke product” coke actually threaten to sue the district if those waters were givin out during lunch.

Raymond Walter : My school sells hot trash for $3 in the middle of the semester I stoped eating at school because I had to pay $3 for stuff I would just throw away.

BeachGnome : I grew up in Canada and never experienced a school lunch. We either brought our own from home or bought food from the cafeteria like a restaurant.

David Alexandrovitch : Now school lunches come from Sysco or US Foods overstock. It's about the same way prisons and jails recieve food.

Pki : Idk about y’all, but the pizza at my school is worse than little ceasers, so I guess my school doesn’t get pizza from dominos

wayfaring tiger : As a elementary custodian it breaks my heart to see the kids eat food I wouldn't eat. The fruits and vegetables break my back. The students are forced to take a fruit, and Its understandable they throw them away, most often due to them not being ripened. I wouldn't eat a green banana or a bitter orange.

guesswho kk : Need a radical revolution for school to change, another Jamie Food Revolution perhaps. Schools is a place of learning where it should be free from capitalism.

Magicpond : my school lunch is plastic wrapped rubber chicken

Mike 767 : I never ate at school it was like barf so I would always wait until I got home

Darkwear GT : You could Get pizza for 1.25 omg so cheap eaatattatat

XxhyperionxX : Is it just my school or does everyone have only milk to drink?

Wxunknown Ohgeesy : Who else's school has expired milk😂🤣