A mom from Australia shared the note she got from her daughter's school, shaming her for packing what she thought was a perfectly acceptable snack—raisins. The note asserts that the golden raisins are too high in sugar to be considered an appropriate school snack (what??). The mom posted the note in a private Facebook group called Lunchbox Ideas Australia, but it was reposted by a public Facebook group called "Oh So Busy Mom," where it has gone viral.
The note from the school reads:
Please help us to encourage nutritious eating habits in children. Our healthy eating policy asks you to provide healthy and nutritious snacks for your child to eat at kindy. Acceptable items include fresh, dried, or tinned/packaged fruit/vegetables, vegetable dips, cheese, crackers/dry biscuits, yoghurt, fruit bread/muffins, sandwiches with healthy fillings.
The sultanas packed for your child today is unacceptable at kindy due to its high sugar content.