Yes, it is garbage. My Grandad used to slop the hogs with better looking stuff. You have to consider who is serving this crap. It may be her kind of diet but it ain't fit for HUMAN consumption.
I graduated in 69. From Kindergarten until about 7th grade the food was always very good. After that all I would eat at the school for lunch was soup and bread and butter or bologna or PB. Sometimes it was vegetable beef soup but more times than not, it was bean with bacon. I figured if I had to suffer so did everyone else and I did get sent to the office a lot until things quieted down.I remember that when I was a sophomore back in 1968 and school lunches were served in aluminum trays, it got to the point to where the "main course" looked like canned dog food, but (probably) without as much flavor. For three weeks students "brown-bagged" it, bringing their own lunch to school and not buying school lunches at all. The school district finally got the message, and quality went from "tastes like cardboard" to "hey, I can almost tell what this is by taste alone!" It was peaceful, and it worked. Sort of. Thing is, this has been going on for decades, well before the current first lady. You want quality and/or fair price for what you eat, bring your own lunch.