School meals: the potential to impact on inequalities and obesity

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Are you or your organisation interested in childhood obesity, nutrition and inequalities?

If so, then join Fuse and the North East Obesity Forum (NEOF) to explore the issues further at a FREE one day event in Sunderland on Tuesday 9th April.

This meeting aims bring together those involved in school meals research, the school meals system, academics and service providers, so will be of interest to a broad audience from all sectors. The programme spans aspects of nutrition, the influence of socialisation in the school lunch room, the impact of welfare reforms and access to free school meals amongst other topical issues.

Register now

Please note spaces are limited, so early registration is advised.

To find out more visit the event page: http://www.fuse.ac.uk/event.php?eid=2080

Keep up-to-date with all the event action on twitter by following the hashtag #schoolfoodchat

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Topics: Children, young people and maternal health | Food and Nutrition | Health Inequalities | Obesity