UK's education secretary cracks down on fatty and sweet foods
Michael Gove has unveiled clearer food standards for school meals.
LONDON—Education secretary Michael Gove will unveil a crackdown on fatty and sweet foods on Tuesday as part of new standards on school meals.
Milk must also be available to primary and secondary pupils during the school day under the new rules which come into force in January.
Pupils will only be offered two portions of deep-fried, battered and breadcrumb-coated foods each week under the rules outlined by Gove.