The aim of the studies was to gather the primary school teachers’ opinion about the „School Scheme” and its effectiveness, as well as children’s food preferences and the reasons, why some of the schools didn’t take part in the program. The empiric studies were conducted in 2017 and 6,413 teachers from primary schools took part in them. The results show that students prefer to eat fruits than vegetables. If some of them chose vegetables, they ate tomatoes, radish, carrot rather than kohlrabi or sweet pepper. When it comes to dairy products, they took: milk and cottage cheese. Some of the Polish schools didn’t take part in the program, because they claim not to have enough suitable place to store fruits and vegetables at their entities and children’s parents weren’t interested in that matter.