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15428952523_efb3af1f7a_b.jpg?profile=RESIZE_400xFREE school meals should be rolled out for a further 1.5m children, a government-ordered review has concluded.

The National Food Strategy, led by Leon restaurant founder Henry Dimbleby, said urgent government action is needed in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, and described the country's diet as a ‘slow-motion disaster’.

As well as a boost in free school meals, the report has also recommended that poorer youngsters should also be fed during the school holidays.


Portsmouth Evening News



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