Press Comment: £60m now on the table to improve food

24 September 2013

Good food culture in England had a welcome boost this week, with the announcement of free school meals for infants from next September. This could have a transformative effect – on health, morale, attention and culture in schools – but it is important that parents are reassured there will be no compromise on quality. 

So the big question now is, what’s in store for children living North of the Border? The effects of this announcement in Scotland are yet to be determined.  We do know there is potentially £60 million of money coming from Westminster that we weren’t expecting, so how do we best spend it?

Laura Stewart, Director Soil Association Scotland writes about the possibilities for Scottish School Meals for The Sunday Times. You can read the full article here

 






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