Primary schoolchildren from Battersea joined members of the UK Youth Parliament and Children’s Food Campaign representatives to show the breadth of support.
The fall in hospital admissions may have saved more than 5,500 hospital admissions for tooth decay alone and the largest reductions were in children aged up to nine years-old.
The 224 young people, ranging in age from 11 to 18, will meet on Friday 17th November from 11am. They will discuss:
The polling of parents across England, carried out by Survation, found that 41% of parents were providing less nutritious packed lunches for children because of rising food prices.
Families in every borough in the capital are saving upwards of £440 per child across the school year thanks to the Mayor’s funding. Previously Children in years three to six in primary school had o
The council believes that universal free school meals will ensure every child has at least one balanced and nutritious meal a day.
Gregg opened his speech by saying: “Absolutely delighted to be here. Congratulations on a brilliant job.
He told an audience at the Public Sector Catering Expo that when he started to investigate the scientific basis behind Government dietary advice, he found that it just wasn’t there.
The PSC Expo features keynote speakers, live cooking demonstrations, informed industry debates, networking as well as a lively e
This year’s Public Sector Catering Expo, taking place at NAEC Stoneleigh in Warwickshire on the 31st October to the 1st November, will involve caterers from across the four nations who help to feed