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The first training sessions to help early years practitioners deliver the nutritional guidelines have led to 'big improvements' to the food served at settings, finds new research.

Nearly a third of primary school children think that cheese comes from plants and nearly one in five believe fish fingers come from chicken.

A new report from Oxfam and Church Action on Poverty warns that Britain faces a hidden scandal where thousands of people cannot feed themselves or their families.

The UK is failing its most vulnerable children and any improvements in tackling child poverty are in danger of being eroded by Government welfare policies, doctors' leaders have warned.

More funding is required for free school meals and breakfast clubs to help tackle high levels of child food poverty, recommends a report by the London Assembly.

Nearly 100 milk suppliers have written an open letter to health and agriculture ministers urging them to choose the most 'sensible' option outlined in the nursery milk review - to cap the price that can be claimed for milk.

Government research reveals that children are consuming too many calories and more salt than is recommended, with the biggest contributors being infant formula and commercial baby foods.

More than 11,000 copies of the first-ever nutritional guidelines for early years settings have been downloaded since their launch last year.

Huge numbers of children living below the poverty line do not qualify for free school meals according to research by The Children's Society.

More than four out of ten professionals who work with children have given food to a child in the last two years because they were worried they were not getting enough to eat, finds a new survey.

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