Thoughts for May 2012

Lies, damned lies, and food standards

Why most schools don’t follow the nutritional guidelines You probably heard about the recent School Food Trust report in which 9 out of 10 academies were said to be selling ‘junk’ food to students, in direct contravention of the government’s nutritional guidelines for schools. You may even have been shocked. I actually wasn’t. Why? I’ll […]

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School Catering MD attacks poor policing of nutritional guidelines in schools

Over 90% of Maintained Schools are almost certainly in breach, says Cucina boss Steve Quinn, Managing Director of school catering company Cucina has launched an attack on the way that the current nutritional guidelines are being enforced in maintained schools, stating that in his opinion, around 90% of all schools were in breach of these […]

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Can fast food ever be good food?

Many people believe that fast food means junk food. I don’t think that has to be true. With the right approach, fast food can be good food too. Fast food, like so many things in business, is about recognising what customers need. At a roadside, you don’t want to be stopping for 2 hours, you […]

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