The Post’s June 20 special report on the food supply, which discussed, among other things, the obesity issue, came on the same day that I went to Nationals Park to see a baseball game.

I searched the entire stadium for healthful food but could not find any. I asked stadium workers for help in vain. Tens of thousands of spectators apparently have no food choices but stand after stand of fried food, huge hot dogs, beer and more unhealthful items. I finally bought a fish and chips meal for $14 but threw away almost all of it. (The french fries had to weigh at least 2 pounds.). The stadium is a great place, the baseball team is great, and all the employees I met were helpful and friendly. All I ask is something nutritious to eat! I shouldn’t have to bring it with me.

Pat Leibowitz, Chevy Chase