Better food, cleverer kids

January 2010

It looks like Jamie Oliver was right. That remarkable organisation, The American Association of Wine Economists, who prove to us such things as most people can’t tell the difference between $10 a bottle and $100 a bottle wine, and that the better the label the more we’ll pay, have branched out into, of all things, school meals with a report entitled Healthy School Meals and Educational Outcomes. Without going into it too deeply, the summary stated: “We find evidence that educational outcomes did improve significantly in English and Science. We also find that the campaign led to a 15 per cent fall in authorised absences — which are most likely linked to illness and health.” Out with the sausage rolls, in with the salad sambos — and up go the marks. Over to you, Kev.

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