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Panel to rule on junk food ban

A new panel of experts will consider whether ministers should ban junk food from school dinners. The School Meals Review Panel, chaired by Suzi Leather, who heads the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, will draw up tighter rules on school dinners and recommend whether certain food should be restricted or banned. It follows a high-profile campaign by TV chef Jamie Oliver to improve the quality of school meals.

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