Cuisine jeune

Keyser, Chris; Renz, Katie; Sharon, Tucker; Servino, Natale
June 2005
Earth Island Journal;Summer2005, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p7
Reports on the call of legislators across Europe to develop higher nutrition standards in school meals to address the problem on child obesity. Measure implemented by France to prevent the rise in child obesity; Components of the average national school meal in France, according to a BBC survey.


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