Tuesday, January 12, 2010

BBC News - Healthy lunchboxes a rarity, study says

BBC News - Healthy lunchboxes a rarity, study says

It seems that the low figure of 1 in 100 is perhaps as much a reflection of the high standards of school dinners these days.

School dinners are not cheap so many parents have little choice but to provide packed lunches, some reporting on this mroning's Radio Five Live phone-in that their kids dismantle the sandwiches and eat only the elements they like.

Oliver's nursery don't do lunches so he ahs to have a packed lunch. The amount of food returning uneaten is encouraging most of the time. (Hopefully he's not giving it to someone else or hiding it in the sand-pit.)

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