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Research published by the School Food Trust has confirmed that children who eat school lunches are more willing to try new foods that they would not normally try at home. Over 1,000 parents were surveyed and an amazing 80% said their children had tried new things at school and some 50% said they were asked to cook new things at home, that the children had eaten at school!
School dinners therefore were a great way to encourage a varied and wide ranging menu for children. Seeing friends eating and tucking in to un familiar dishes is a good way to tempt little ones. Even children who were labelled as "fussy" by their parents found that their children ate well.
Tips for getting children to eat:
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