Parent power changes menu;In brief

21st May 1999 at 01:00
A study commissioned by parents who last year blocked plans to end hot meals in Edinburgh's primary schools has found inadequate nutrition and lack of choice leads pupils to opt out of school lunches altogether. Paul Williamson, the city's new education chairman, promised action on most of the recommendations which include a better nutritional balance and more attractive dining areas.

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