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Meals, food consumption and nutrient supply of pupils in all-day schools


Ernahrungsforschung 40(3): 145-154
Meals, food consumption and nutrient supply of pupils in all-day schools
Nutrition surveys (weighing method for school lunch, recalls for other meals) were carried out in 5 all-day schools with 635 pupils (10-18 years old). Considerable dietary inadequacies were observed. For example, about 5% of pupils had no breakfast. More younger (61%) than older pupils (46%) ate school lunch; 16% had no midday meal at all.

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