More than 40 million pounds will be paid to government children who buy more fruits and vegetables.
- According to the Massage Association Charity
- It is required to re-examine 40million pounds in a one year school and fruit and vegan scheme
- In large quantities, the products are imported, and the British are only 13% and 5% of Bassey
Editor of The Daily Mail, a consumer of consumer sentiment
Pesticides, which provide free and fruit to millions of students, are often abused by kissing cats.
According to the soil association Association Food Charity, children are produced by fragrances and soft drinks. It is not effective or at least a lack of faith – the result.
This amount, which costs £ 40 million a year on school fruit and pigeon scheme, aims to improve the health of children in England.
The Soil Association Food Charity reports that children are producing products that produce fragrance and compound
Importing large quantities of products – for example, the British and 13 per cent of Bappi and 5 per cent belong to the British.
This means that some of the harvesting, freshness and vitamins are available some time ago.
Last year, the report found the Pesticides Action Network and found that the result was more likely to be carried out than the supermarket was sold.
Rob Perzival, President of the SOO Association, said: "The government should re-invest in this program, so the more products are British, local and organic, so the remnants of pesticides are more enjoyable for children.
But the Food Department says it is pursuing a safety and standards legislation like other fruits and vegetables for consumption in the UK.
Importing large quantities of products – for example, the British and 13 per cent of Bappi and 5 per cent belong to the British