Food and thought

18th September 2009 at 01:00
More than three-quarters of a million parents will receive a new book providing them with nutritional advice for their children starting school

The Little Book of Goodness has been developed by the School Food Trust to help parents make a decision on what their children should eat at school. The book's release comes in response to recent research that showed parents wanted more support and guidance to help them make the right choice for their child.

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