Martha Payne is a 9-year-old Scottish girl with a taste for good, healthy food. Unfortunately, like so many children, Payne attends a school that was far less interested than she in what it was feeding her and her classmates each day. While it’s derided by some as a safe haven for bitter layabouts raging in their parents’ basement, blogging can actually be a very effective form of protest, and Payne is a perfect example. At the beginning of May, she started NeverSeconds, a food blog dedicated to rating the health and value of her school lunches every weekday. Though it hasn’t even been around for a full month, NeverSeconds has already garnered a global readership—kids from as far as Taiwan and the United States are now sending in photos and descriptions of their lunches—and forced the hands of school officials in the process.