There were the old stand-by's such as carrots plus a few new options. "My favorite thing I had is the macaroni and spinach," said one child.
There was also the good. "The fries and potatoes were awesome," said one student. And he not so good. "Yeah the tacos with the peppers.. I was like whoa it's too hot," said another student.
"What we are looking at is reducing the sodium in our children's diets," said Godfrey. According to nutritionist Godfrey - it is especially important students have healthy choices. "During childhood is when our food dislikes and likes are set pretty much for life," said Godfrey.
"This is when they set the foundation for building their bones and calcium is very much need," said Godfrey. So Godfrey thought this would be a good way to get the best of both worlds. "We want to offer them foods they will eat. But we want to offer them foods that are good for them," said Godfrey.
"Yeah it is kind of cool because people don't experience this every day and I think this is special," said one student.
The staff at the school will take the students scores into consideration and also look at nutritional value and cost.