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Even though nearly 4 million people tuned in for the final episode of Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, a TV show in which the celebrity chef tried to reform a small school district's food program with healthier alternatives, pundits think that the show is unlikely to be picked up for a second season.

But whether it continues or not, the show has already accomplished an impressive feat: It made ordinary Americans more aware of the numerous problems affecting school lunches. And now, from the internet to break rooms everywhere, more and more people are talking about what we can do to improve what kids are eating for lunch.

Here are five ways we can make school lunches healthier:

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