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Preferred Meal Systems, an Illinois-based food service provider, has included a Pokemon activity on its school lunch tray liners.
 
Preferred Meal Systems, an Illinois-based food service provider, has included a Pokemon activity on its school lunch tray liners.
 
The company usually distributes an activity sheet on lunch trays under the food.
 
The company usually distributes an activity sheet on lunch trays under the food.

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Preferred Meal Systems, an Illinois-based food service provider, has included a Pokemon activity on its school lunch tray liners. The company usually distributes an activity sheet on lunch trays under the food.

The Pokémon activity talks about how October is International School Library Month and that there are many languages throughout the world that people might need to know. The seven languages and featured Pokémon are: English, French, Italian, German, Japanese, Spanish and Portuguese and Ryperior, Palkia, Dialga, Mewtwo (spelled Mewtu in German), Piplup (spelled ポッチャマ Pochama in Japanese), Turtwig and Chimchar. Under the cards are translations of hello, friend, school, book, teacher and goodbye.