School kids in Orlando aren’t eating the vegetables federal law forces them have on their school lunch plate. One school board member is suggesting “trashcams” – cameras attached to trash cans to see what’s being thrown out.

Lake County School Board officials are considering attaching cameras to school cafeteria trash cans to study what students are tossing after officials found that most of the vegetables on the school menu end up in the trash can.

New federal laws require students to take a healthy produce at lunchtime, but last year in Lake County, students tossed $75,000 worth of produce in the garbage.