Election 2014 - Party Policies - Food in Schools

Election 2014 - Party Policies - Food in Schools

Food in Schools

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  • Create productive and viable fruit and vegetable gardens at schools, and include the teaching of nutrition, basic cooking, gardening skills, and the origins and production of food within the core curriculum.
  • Set standards and guidelines for healthy food provided in schools.
  • Establish a healthy school lunch programme for all schools in New Zealand that has buy-in from parents and has a high level of uptake. (more here)

  • Labour will partner with community and voluntary organisations, incorporating the most cost-effective approaches currently operating, to provide free food in every decile 1-3 primary, intermediate school that needs and wants it. (more here)

  • Free breakfasts and lunches for all children – starting with children in low income areas. (more here)

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