NEW YORK - There is now a push to make some school meals compatible with religious dietary restrictions.

A group rallied outside City Hall on Tuesday and called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to expand the free lunch program that launched at the start of the school year.

Every student can now get lunch, regardless of income.

Protesters say the prorgam has a shortfall, it doesn't offer Kosher and Halal food, which is the meal of choice for up to 30,000 Jewish and Muslim students.