UK: Kids stick to jam sandwiches as lunchboxes go back to basics
Rejecting the current trend for fashionable deli-style fayre, it would seem that traditional grub is the way forward for children's lunch boxes. Pupils this year, in the second annual poll of 100 children aged 7 to 11, voted the humble jam sandwich back up the league as their favourite lunchtime munch - which comes as a stark contrast to last year's results when it was amongst their least popular fillings.
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