Kids may complain about their school lunch options, but after trying other offerings from around the world, these seven American children may be more appreciative of their cafeterias.

Interestingly, while the kids could do without food from countries like India and Sweden, most of them were surprisingly enthusiastic about the possibility of consuming a daily high-energy biscuit, like children in Afghanistan do. The biscuits, which are distributed by the United Nation’s World Food Programme, are designed to address nutritional deficiencies.

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U.S. kids try school lunches from around world
These 7 children may appreciate their cafeterias' offerings a bit more after this experiment.