Unhealthy food 'returning to school' caterers warn

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It has been six years since Jamie Oliver started his campaign to revolutionise school dinners. Foods like the much-maligned - and now discontinued - Turkey Twizzlers have been replaced by fresh home-cooked food.

But new academies in England can choose what sort of food they serve to their students, and there are fears that some bad habits may creep back in.

Sarah Campbell reports.

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