Primary guide on healthy diet

14th March 2003 at 00:00
PRIMARY pupils are to get advice on healthy living from food and drink manufacturers. Information packs being sent to more than 25,000 UK schools by the Food and Drink Federation ask "how can snacks and drinks form part of a healthy diet?". They also provide information on eating fruit and vegetables and taking physical exercise.

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