Jamie Oliver school dinners: 'I am worried'


Six years after he began his campaign, Jamie Oliver criticises the government's nutritional standards in schools.

New academies in England do not have to follow nutritional guidelines introduced by the previous government, leaving them free to choose the type of food they serve to their students.

Speaking on the BBC's News Channel, Oliver said: "Essentially they are taking away the nutritional standards that are now law."

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