School dinners

01 February 2007

A round-up of news and features on the school dinners dilemma.

Latest news

School Food Trust to get £21m government funding >>

Awarding of school catering contracts must be improved >>

Sodexo wins education contracts worth £7m >>

Ofsted report shows school meal uptake falls >>

Scottish schools to ban the sale of sweets and fizzy drinks >>

Future of school meals looks bleak without intervention >>

School meals reform is likely to backfire, says Compass boss >>

Secondary school meals services are close to crisis >>

Sodexho wins ‘commercially unviable' Richmond school meals contract >>

Scolarest leads a withdrawal from schools contracts >>

Hull votes to call halt to free school meals programme >>

TVs in school canteens could boost healthy eating uptake >>

Soil Association wins £17m grant to fund better school food >>

Newsanalyses and features

Round table - the fight to save school meals >>

39 steps to improve school meals uptake >>

Back to school: know your nutrients >>

Education week: The kids are fed up >>

Recipes for schools - lessons in simplicity >>

Fringe feeding in schools - eat in and take-away >>

Crisis in school kitchens? >>

What does the future hold for school meals? >>


Don't just dump healthy school dinners on kids >>

School meals service holds key to future >>

Higher uptake will improve school meals >>

Jamie Oliver school meals campaign

Jamie Oliver says school meals campaign is going as planned >>

Jamie Oliver slams government for not supporting school meals reform >>

Jamie Oliver looks for more cash for school meals >>

Camden drops Scolarest for school meals >>

Revised school meal standards published >>

Merton agrees to make changes for better school meals >>

Schools face kitchen shortage >>

Outdated kitchens hold back school meal improvements >>

Trends and data

Market snapshot: School meals >>

Market snapshot: Business & industry >>

Jamie Oliver profiles

CatererSearch100 2006 profile >>

CatererSearch100 2005 profile >>

Adopted Business

Harrison Catering Services: Keeping it all in the family >>

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