I write about kids and food policy. Bylines include The Lunch Tray, the New York Times and Civil Eats. Look for my book in 2019! (Oxford University Press)

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Bettina Elias Siegel is a writer and nationally recognized commentator on issues relating to children and food policy.

A graduate of Yale College and Harvard Law School, Siegel practiced intellectual property, advertising and food law in New York City for almost a decade. Now a freelance writer,...

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@thelunchtray — 7,741 followers, 9,548 tweets

Sep 20, 2017

Should a sweet, frozen juice dessert count as a school food “vegetable?” Unfortunately, it does: https://t.co/fLlDw3u67H https://t.co/f9CoePXR32

Sep 20, 2017

@Whykes4GC @andybellatti Yeah, that particular line got to me, too! What about carrot sticks? Mashed sweet potatoes? Roasted sweet potatoes with cinnamon? Etc. etc.

Sep 20, 2017

AARGH! New post: "Passing Off Frozen Dessert as a School Food ‘Vegetable’”  http://bit.ly/2xRnC3g  https://t.co/WoalGxgNcE

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