Posted on Wednesday 3rd Apr 2019
Would you be able to say goodbye to a chocolate bar, packet of crisps, or fizzy drink in your lunchbox?
Well, that's what Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith is calling for. She wants a ban on school packed lunches.
She thinks pupils and staff should eat the same school dinner and that lunchtime should become a lesson.
But why? Well, Ms Leith wants to tackle the UK's obesity crisis and thinks schools should be responsible for providing healthy food.
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