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South New Jersey school lunch policy is leaving a bad taste the cherry hill school superintendent says they are now planning to revise a controversial policy that forced students to have a tuna fish sandwich lunch if they ten dollars or more in back meal for use at a school board meeting last night student body president Oliver Adler characterize the policy as horrifying on the phone itself as well easily easily recognizable to understand which will become a bad option one New Jersey mother equated the tuna sandwich to the scarlet letter