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  • Working parents finding it even harder to raise a child

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Are you on-trend for Generation Z?

Are you on-trend for Generation Z?

Generation Z are looking for food and drink that focuses on the natural world, homegrown, healthy eating, fun, ‘pimped’ breakfasts, as well as more involved dining experiences.

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Glasgow caterer removes flavoured milk from primaries

Glasgow caterer removes flavoured milk from primaries

Cordia (Services) LLP, the caterer for all Glasgow state schools, has taken the decision to remove all flavoured milk from the menu in its 139 primary schools.

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Working parents finding it even harder to raise a child

Working parents finding it even harder to raise a child

Parents on low incomes are facing a ‘stark choice’ between neglecting their children’s needs, making severe material sacrifices or going into debt, a new report has warned.

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The Big Interview: We’re not alone

New discussions in the US administration could undo important reforms to food provision programmes for disadvantaged children, Dr Katie Wilson tells Jane Renton.

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Leaving a legacy

For more than 10 years, the Children’s Food Trust has been the bedrock of school food and children’s nutrition, helping to form policy and standards, as well as offer advice and campaign for children’s health. Morag Wilson looks back at the legacy it leaves behind.

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An Indian summer

India’s warm, aromatic spices stole the hearts of British diners generations ago, but modern street food concepts have since created new visions of classic dishes that are a far cry from tikka masala, writes Rosanna Spence.

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