After a student at Berea High School tweeted a photo showing his school lunch, with no condiments, Greenville Co. Schools responded.
They said that the decision to remove condiments came after repeated warnings about trash.
They also said that ketchup will return when cleanliness improves.
Greenville County Schools say that the principal of Berea High removed the condiments for a couple of days, but they will return soon.
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