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Healthy lunchboxes a rarity says BMJ study

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Only 1% of primary schoolchildren's packed lunches meet the nutritional standards set for school meals in England, a study by the British Medical Journal suggests.

Crisps, sweets, and sugary drinks still dominate over fruit and veg despite the government's drive to make lunchboxes healthier.

Tim Muffett reports.

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