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Parents in the UK are struggling to make healthy choices for their children with more than a third (36%) admitting they feel guilty that they aren’t providing a healthy enough school lunchbox, according to new independent research commissioned by Tetra Pak. This is at a time when more than a third of children leave primary school overweight or obese.

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Only half of children are drinking milk at primary school despite School Food Standards saying children should drink milk every day. Tetra Pak report finds that almost a third (35%) of 6-8 year olds and 65% of 9-11 year olds are not drinking milk at school despite poor oral health, high child obesity levels and poor hydration

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