The Fight to Improve School Food in 2024
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Sheila Dillon hears stories of how headteachers are transforming food in their schools in difficult economic conditions, as well as how flagship universal free primary school meal policies in Scotland and London are playing out so far. Presented by Sheila Dillon and produced by Sophie Anton for BBC Audio in Bristol.
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