Private bar to healthy snacks

25th March 2005 at 00:00
Westminister government plans for healthy eating could be blocked by private finance deals in hundreds of schools, which forced them to install junk food vending machines. Some schools may find it impossible to implement Labour's manifesto for children, launched on Monday, aimed at tackling public concern about unhealthy food. PFI companies refuse to discuss contracts, but governors say many schools have had to install machines selling crisps and sweets in new buildings. letters 23

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