School lunches will be controlled for their nutritional value. (Hasn´t that been tried before?).
Packed lunches provided by parents who opt out of paying for school-provided lunches will be inspected for their nutritional value and non-complying parents appropriately admonished. Moreover, every secondary school will be obliged to give every 11-14 year old obligatory ¨Food Technology¨ lessons.
The government also wants the food manufacturers to take on a more responsible approach to their food labelling,
So, surely, as we are contracting out so much of the National Health Service to private companies through the Private Finance Initiative (and I imagine most NHS culinary services are already contracted out), we can contract Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury´s and Asda to provide healthy school lunches ?
McDonalds can already award academic qualifications so surely they are qualified to provide school lunches.
Give our daugther some Dexamethasone and chips.