Price of Highland Council school meals going up

The cost of meals at Highland Council's schools will increase from next month.

From 22 April, the price of a two course lunch at primaries will go up by 8p to £1.95 and for secondary schools by 7p to £2.15.

Highland Council said its meals were "nutritionally balanced" and included local produce such as beef, free range eggs and organic carrots.

The local authority said pupils, parents and carers were being told of the price rises.

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