Kail Chugg finds this year's school lunches hard to swallow."I know the goal is to make it healthier, but when people don't eat it, they can't eat better," said Kail, 18, a Bonneville High School senior. "If it doesn't taste good, I don't want to eat it. There are days where you just don't want to eat, because it's that unappealing."Kail and students across the nation are upset about school lunch changes made by local districts to comply with the USDA's Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, intended to boost nutrition and fight childhood obesity. The new requirements have resulted in lower-calorie, lower-fat meals with more fruit and vegetables, less protein and grains and smaller portion sizes."The lunch ladies get mad at you if you don't take a fruit," said Kail, a Riverdale resident.