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Russia Declares War to Fastfood in Schools
24.08.2007 18:55
Russia Declares War to Fastfood in Schools

Since the beginning of the new academic year it is prohibited to sell chips, soda, and other fastfood in Russian schools. The chief sanitary officer of Russia Eugeny Onischenko has declared that documents regulating the new food norms have been ready and will be signed by September 1, 2007. He has also announced the list of products put under a ban: chips, hamburgers, chewing sweets, fried bakery products, soda, natural coffee, and tonic beverages.
      Later it is planned to make up a list of products recommended for realization in school canteens. Most likely it is going to be milk, water, and simple bakery products.


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