Jamie Oliver to meet education secretary over school food plans
Wednesday 26th January 2022
Nadhim Zahawi responds to letter from chef and school leaders urging action over child obesity rise in Covid pandemic
The celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and campaigners aiming to improve the quality of school lunches are to meet with the education secretary, Nadhim Zahawi, after Oliver teamed up with the leaders of hundreds of schools urging the government to tackle the rise in child obesity since the Covid pandemic.
Oliver’s charity Bite Back 2030, with headteachers and academy trust executives, wrote to Zahawi to lobby for changes to the government’s planned food strategy, and to call for schools in England to publish annual food reports showing what progress they have made in meeting standards on health and nutrition.Continue reading...Read full story.
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