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As part of School Food Policy, breakfast and after school clubs provide clear guidance on food provision/ snacks. Any food served meets School Food Standards as a minimum. Where schools offer snacks at breaktime, these must meet minimum School Food Standards and include fruit.
PRIMARY: Uptake of free fruit scheme is actively encouraged for KS1 pupils. Fruit is allowed as a healthy snack at breaktime. Some schools may sell fruit to KS2 or provide it through subsidising.
SECONDARY: marketing and promotion favours healthier alternatives.
If vending machines are in place, healthy choices must be available.
EVIDENCE: detail in text box how healthier choices are promoted/ encouraged
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