Swedish authorities are calling the school cooks do not cook delicious norms
News / / April 30, 2016
Flaun In a city that is located in central Sweden, the focus of the municipality attracted Annika Erickson - Chef school cafeteria.It diversified menu pupils so that officials are having huge doubts about the correctness of its approach.On the one hand, to enter into the daily diet of children homemade bread and diversify the usual menu of fifteen kinds of vegetables for dinner - pretty good idea, but the local authorities considered it unfair to the students of other schools that do not have this capability.
Besides an abundance of delicious food does not fit into the framework of the program on healthy eating in schools, which was adopted by the public authorities in 2011.The Local reported that local authorities, in spite of the protests, had to prohibit Ericsson to offer children a great choice of food.They strongly recommend the chef to come back to the usual dinners for students who, in their opinion, meet all the criteria and requirements of healthy eating programs in schools.
Katherine Lindberg - the person responsible for a healthy nutrition program explained that the proposed menu was developed by the authorities only to a few times to improve the quality of school meals, so it unconditionally must follow all school canteens.
This decision angered the municipality many parents and children, because Ericsson dishes were like all the faithful, who with great pleasure visited the school canteen.According to The Local, the fourth grade students even made a petition asking that the school remains entered their chef menu.
So unfair decision was unhappy and she Annika Erickson.She noted that the proposed menu, it did not require additional costs from the city budget, and has been developed in accordance with the preferences of children.According to chef school canteen should offer lunch taste any student, and a standard menu that corresponds to the program of healthy eating, give no opportunity to do so.
Despite their convictions, Annika Eriksson will still have to return to the previous menu and to stop children homemade bread, replacing it with the purchased.