My child school this year start this "Healthy Meals in School Programme" by the Health Promotion Board to my dismay.
Last year a bowl of porridge cost 70 cents
This year the same bowl of porridge cost 1.50, with an additonal plate of fruits (a few longans and a slice of watermelon)
I emailed the school but got no reply. Then I emailed the parents support group of the school and another parent shared this with me
I feel that this is very wrong.
The idea of introducing better eating habits to kids is good, but to sell food only in sets is wrong
For example: My kid packs food to school, but sometimes she likes to buy a little more and is now forced to buy a whole set.
It is quite ridiculous.
Where can I feedback to?