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Campaign to cut unhealthy food at attractions

23rd August 2010

The School Food Trust has said it is going to spearhead a drive to get parents to put pressure on family visitor attractions to improve the standard of food they offer.

Rob Rees, chairman of the trust, said: "Some (attractions) just have food that is very heavily saturated, and quite pricey too. Very heavily processed burgers, pizzas that leave you wondering what the toppings even are. I'm not saying we need standards and legislation. Just that we should have nice homemade cooking and things like fruit salad served as the norm."

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Article Information

Title: Campaign to cut unhealthy food at attractions
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 15866
Date Added: 23rd Aug 2010

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