Does organic school food service provide more healthy eating environments than their non organic counterparts?

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Organic food strategies are increasingly developing within European school food services at the same time as these services are being involved in measures aiming at promoting healthy eating at school and counter acting obesity. Schools have an important role to play in teaching children fundamental life skills, including good food habits according to a number of authoritative policy papers from Council of Europe, the WHO and the EU platform. Although there are great national differences, European school food culture seems to be in a transitional state in which both healthy eating as well as sustainable consumption strategies are contributing to shaping the future school food culture. It is therefore imperative to study how these changes in agendas influences each other and to study the associations between healthy eating and organic supply strategies at school.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses stedBallerup
ForlagAalborg Universitet
Antal sider32
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-87-92650-22-1
StatusUdgivet - aug. 2010

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