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Don't brown bag it: Meals at 3 MN high schools rank top in nation

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Looking for a nationally ranked place to grab a bite of lunch? Turns out some Minnesota high school students are getting that dining experience on a daily basis.

Three Minnesota schools made the top 50 on the Niche list of best school lunches in the country. The ranking assesses food of all public high schools in the 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico using data sets and surveys.

Minnetonka High School leads Minnesota schools, coming in No. 7 nationally for best food. It also was ranked No. 1 in Minnesota as the best school overall, with an A+ rating, the Star Tribune reports.

Hopkins High School was No. 33 on the national survey, and Woodbury High School was the other top 50 school, ranking 39th.

Chanhassen High School is 73rd, rounding out the Minnesota schools in the top 100.

Niche broke the list down by state too. Here's the top 1o best school lunches for Minnesota public high schools:

  1. Minnetonka
  2. Hopkins
  3. Woodbury
  4. Chanhassen
  5. Edison (Minneapolis)
  6. Northfield
  7. Bemidji
  8. Henry (Minneapolis)
  9. East Ridge (Woodbury)
  10. Edina

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