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Parents and pupils selling food at school: health and safety

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Last updated on 25 April 2016
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Is there any health and safety guidance on selling homemade food in school? The Children's Food Trust says that parents and pupils may sell homemade food on an occasional basis. We look at food standards and regulations, and health and safety advice from local authorities on food at school events.

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Contents

  1. 1 Food regulations and standards: when do they apply?
  2. 2 Nutritional standards for school food
  3. 3 Food safety and hygiene regulations
  4. 4 Providing allergen information
  5. 5 Pupils preparing and selling food to staff on a weekly basis
  6. 6 Examples of LA advice on food at school events

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