Schools in England will eat more healthily Added:23.5. 2006
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Schools in England will eat more healthily

The British government issued new regulations relating to food in British schools. The menu disappears too fatty and sweet things – such as chocolate, chips, burgers and sweet lemonade.

The measure follows the campaign for healthier school meals, which featured well-known British chef Jamie Oliver. The campaign aims to show that for the same money as the state invests in the canteen, you can cook healthy.

Students will get more fish, chicken, fruit and vegetables. Vending machines are no longer offering fat sweets or crisps.

Poor diet contributes to a sharp increase in the number of obese children not only in Britain.

Sources: www.ihned.cz www.bbc.com




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