FOX News reports that one mother was outraged after school officials told her 4-year-old daughter that her home-packed lunch was not healthy enough to eat. A lunch inspector at a N.C. school told the student she couldn’t eat her turkey sandwich, banana, potato chips and apple juice. Instead, the inspector recommended a USDA-approved lunch: one serving of meat, one serving of grains, and two servings of fruit or vegetables. When the girl returned home from school, her unopened lunch contained a note from the school and a $1.25 bill for the replacement lunch. The mom was outraged and anonymously wrote to the local newspaper and called a state representative. The North Carolina representative called the school which apologized, because in fact the lunch did meet all the USDA requirements.