Fresh vegetable© Tim Scrivener
The UK has refused to support an EU plan to increase school visits to farms and encourage youngsters to eat more fruit and vegetables. European farm ministers meeting on Monday (11 April) adopted a regulation that aims to promote the consumption of milk, fruit and vegetables in schools. The UK abstained from the vote. The Hungarian and Netherlands delegations voted against the adoption of the regulation. See also: Children want to know more about farming – survey The EU scheme will have an […]
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