UK: School lunchboxes contain too much fat, salt and sugar, says FSA
A UK survey has revealed today that nine out of ten children's school lunchboxes contain foods that are too high in saturated fat, salt and sugar. The survey, carried out by the Food Standards Agency, suggested that at lunchtime, children are eating as much as twice the recommended amount of sugar, close to half of their daily recommended salt intake, and are also having high levels of saturated fats.
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