Small Snag

10th February 2006 at 00:00
Back to the junk food conference and Highland's worthy efforts at changing pupils' eating. Schools are involved in Snag (school nutrition action group) training and are guided by the council-wide Health Action Group for schools.

As one official noted: "We thought about calling it the school health action groups but thought better of it."

We wonder why?

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