What do you do in this situation: You do your best to send your under 10 to school with a healthy packed lunch everyday, but there is another child in the same class whose parents send them to school with multiple chocolate bars, cakes, and cans of soft drinks purposefully so that they can give them out to other children. The teachers say that that they can't prevent the child from bringing the extra food in, and can't stop them from giving it out. All that they can do is to confiscate it after it's been given out. Which they aren't able to do very effectively as they can't supervise all of the children all of the time and children are remarkably good at hiding behind bushes and scoffing chocolate bars in a matter of seconds. You try to talk to the parents of the other child, and they look at you like you're the wicked stepmother in a Disney movie, and tell you that giving children treats makes them the good guys and you the villain. Is there anything that you can do beyond trying to explain to your child about the difference between healthy and unhealthy food?