Vetri Has a Better Plan For School Lunches; Google+ Does Cooking Classes

Marc Vetri wants every single school in America to serve children fresh, family-style lunches. [Inquirer]

Through a program developed by Urban Nutrition Institute, YUMM, a student-powered bicycle food cart, provide affordable, fresh fruit to West Philly neighborhoods. [Newsworks]

Just one more soon-to-be-indispensable way Google is invading our lives: Cooking classes on Google+! [Diner's Journal/NYT]

Something to ponder: 9,450 restaurants closed in the U.S. last year. [Money & Company/LAT]

The reason we're all so fat in the U.S. could, in fact, be our farm policy. [NPR]

Well, this is fun: Here's a slideshow that breaks down what makes the burgers delicious at spots like Umami Burger, Smashburger, and, of course, In-N-Out. [NRN]

The food situation in Kenya has reached crisis levels. [Marketplace Africa/CNN]

As much as airlines offer healthy food, people just want to eat crap. Wait, airlines are still offering food? [WSJ]