YOUNG vegetarians feel like "second-class customers" in school dining halls, according to a new survey. Animal Aid, which has declared March Veggie Month, found that more than a quarter of schools fail to offer a vegetarian option to children every day. Although half of schools provide two or more vegetarian options a day, pupils and parents complained of an over-reliance on cheese, chips, pizza and pasta.
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