1. How to make your packed lunch healthier  BBC News
  2. Packed Lunches In Your Child’s Tiffin Lack Nutritional Values: Study  NDTV Food
  3. Packed lunches worse for kids than school dinners, study says  Sky News
  4. 98 per cent of children's packed lunches fail nutritional standards  Wales Online
  5. Crisps and processed ham: school packed lunches as unhealthy as they were ten years ago  The Telegraph
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It's not just about ditching sweets, crisps and fizzy drinks, experts say.It's not just about ditching sweets, crisps and fizzy drinks, experts say.

How to make your packed lunch healthier - BBC News

According to a new study, fewer than two in every 100 packed lunches eaten by children in primary schools meet nutritional standards.According to a new study, fewer than two in every 100 packed lunches eaten by children in primary schools meet nutritional standards.

Many contain foods still too high in sugar, salt or fat, while the levels of fruit and vegetables had barely changed in a decade.Many contain foods still too high in sugar, salt or fat, while the levels of fruit and vegetables had barely changed in a decade.

Packed lunches worse for kids than school dinners, study says | UK News | Sky News

School dinners now much healthier than what parents are providingSchool dinners now much healthier than what parents are providing

98 per cent of children's packed lunches fail nutritional standards - Wales Online

Overall, packed lunches are worse nutritionally than those offered by schools, and vitamin levels are falling, researchers said Overall, packed lunches are worse nutritionally than those offered by schools, and vitamin levels are falling, researchers said

The most shocking children's packed lunches as kids sent to school with pasties, crisps and chocolate - Birmingham Live

Children’s packed lunches are no healthier than they were 10 years ago, with processed ham sandwiches and packets of crisps still the norm, new research shows.Children’s packed lunches are no healthier than they were 10 years ago, with processed ham sandwiches and packets of crisps still the norm, new research shows.

Crisps and processed ham: school packed lunches as unhealthy as they were ten years ago

Packed lunches are worse nutritionally than those offered by schools, and vitamin levels are falling, researchers saidPacked lunches are worse nutritionally than those offered by schools, and vitamin levels are falling, researchers said

Just 1 in 62 packed lunches meet food standards with kids having sugary drinks, review finds | inews