How children even get excited about salad


Laura Kaufman

Boxes speckled with neon colors are stacked in the anteroom of the canteen kitchen, piled high on trolleys before being sent to all parts of Munich in the trunk of the Sprinter. Ten o’clock, time to deliver. Soon the children of the city, who are marching in twos to the playground, still shakily jumping to nursery rhymes or just bending their heads over exercise books, will get hungry. Susanne Klug’s team prepared lunch for 6,000 of them. Today there is Asian coconut noodle stew, with or without chicken, and lemon cake for dessert.

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