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A different set of rules?

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posted on 2019-02-15, 05:20 authored by Sian SupskiSian Supski, Deana LeahyDeana Leahy, JaneMaree MaherJaneMaree Maher, Jo Lindsay, CLAIRE TANNER, Jan Wright

Food and drink play a big role in school fundraising efforts. In most food contexts schools encourage healthy eating and minimising waste. But different rules apply to food used for fundraising. Parents and children buy or sell items such as pies and sausage rolls, sushi, hot cross buns, sandwiches, and coffee for fundraisers.Food and beverage companies play an active role. Cadbury chocolates, Subway sandwiches, and products from soft drink manufacturers often appear alongside sausage sizzles and bake sales.


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