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Cost of school meals frozen

PUBLISHED: 10:34 27 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:53 30 June 2010

The cost of school meals has been frozen for the second successive year.

Norfolk County Council has decided to fix the price of school meals at £2 for primary schools and £2.

The cost of school meals has been frozen for the second successive year.

Norfolk County Council has decided to fix the price of school meals at £2 for primary schools and £2.05 for junior schools.

The news comes as Norse Group, a trading arm of Norfolk County Council, reports an increase in take-up of school meals over the last year.

Norse delivers the vast majority of school meals to Norfolk's schools and has seen a 5pc increase in sales of lunches over the past 12 months. On average more than 20,000 pupils have a school meal each day in the county.


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