Junk food leaders

4th April 2008 at 01:00
Brighton and Hove tops a new junk food league table, with 46 fast-food outlets to each secondary school - twice the national average. The School Food Trust said Blackpool and Hull claim second and third spots in the table, with 40 outlets per school. Reading, Middlesbrough, Manchester, Bristol, Newcastle and Gateshead also had 35 or more outlets to each school.

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