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A Government-backed campaign aims to help parents with weaning and tackle widespread myths about the signs a baby is ready to try their first solid foods.

A group of cross-party MPs have accused the Government of failing to address the growing problem of food insecurity in the UK, which they say is particularly affecting children.

Up to 2.6 million children could lose out on free school meals by 2022, reveal newly published DfE figures.

A new animated TV show aims to promote healthy eating for children.

Around 160,000 children will fall out of eligibility for free school meals under the universal credit system, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).

The Department for Education has launched a £2m pilot to look at ways to support disadvantaged children during the school holidays by providing meals and activities.

More than 1,770 schools in areas of deprivation are to benefit from an investment of £26 million by the DfE to provide children with a healthy and nutritious breakfast.

The new Change4Life campaign encourages parents to give children healthy snacks such as rice cakes rather than chocolate or sweets.

The University of Bristol and Nursery World are asking our readers about packed lunches – how many children are eating them, how healthy they are, and the effects of the 30 hours programme.

The Department for Education has announced an expansion of its breakfast club programme to support disadvantaged children.

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