Oh you think that's bad.
If there's unhealthy foods in my preppie's lunchbox the teacher on behalf of the school substitutes it with a piece of fruit, which is added up, and you have to pay for at the end of term. The type of "offending" food is written in a note that is sent home with the child, along with a list reminder of what and what is not considered "green smiley foods!" and "red sad foods", if you can even stomach those revoltingly sickly sweet terms.
In this manner we learned that two homemade yoghurt drops, you know the ones that are the size of a fingernail, are "unhealthy".
I've just about exhausted my resources for fruit-and-vegetable-only snacks that appeal to a high-energy five year old.