Two of the major initiatives in "Let's Move!" are an increased emphasis on the "right portions" and including healthier meal options, like whole grains and low-fat milk. The program launched in 2012, and hopes to impact the more than 32 million children participating in the National School Lunch Program, according to its website.
However, many students apparently think the new portions are too small, and that the "healthier" food options are no better than what they were eating before. While students have been tweeting about their bad lunches — and blaming the First Lady — since at least last year, we first saw this trend in The Daily Mail.
Check out some of the students' complaints below: