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Enforcing a healthy packed lunch policy
How can we enforce a healthy packed lunch policy? In this article, we look at whether schools can remove food from pupils' lunchboxes, or must allow pupils to eat snacks between meals. We also refer to examples of how schools enforce their healthy packed lunch policies.
- Handling breaches of the school's packed lunch policy
- Enforcing healthy packed lunches: approaches from schools
- Promoting healthier packed lunches: guidance from a local authority
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