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Should pudding be banned from school dinners?

This poll is almost 4 years old
 

They are the memory of childhood — sticky toffee pudding, apple crumble, jelly and ice cream — but now a charity says the puddings children love should be banned from school menus. Obesity Action Scotland say too much pudding and not enough of playground is fuelling the childhood obesity crisis. One in three children leave primary school obese and the charity now wants pudding off the menu in our schools. So what's your take: is this just desserts or do you see this as another examples of our freedoms biting the crust?

Should pudding be banned from school dinners?

Yes
23
No
65
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John Smith
almost 4 years ago
Scots wains are brought up on a diet with far to much sugar content.This will place a greater burden on a struggling NHS in the future