Why meals are educational food and drink to pupils

France serves great school meals. Even at crèches, tots sit down to a three-course lunch.

Vegetable soup, followed by chicken in white sauce with green beans and potatoes, and a portion of cheese and fruit to finish.

That’s what was served in the crèche beside my local mairie for lunch recently. I know because they post the menus at the gate, like at all schools across the country. It is supposed to allow families to plan and avoid serving the same dishes that evening.

...

To read the remaining 85% of this article, you need to either

Subscribe now to The Connexion and benefit from access to our archived articles since 2006

Freedom Subscription

Pay every three months. Our most flexible subscription.

Subscription automatically renews so you don't miss an edition (you can switch this off at any time)

1 Year Subscription (12 editions) (Our best value offer)

1 year of great reading in print and online

Subscription automatically renews so you don't miss an edition (you can switch this off at any time).

Digital Subscription (1 Year)

1 year of great reading online *no paper*

Subscription automatically renews so you don't miss an edition (you can switch this off at any time).

More articles from Columnists
More articles from Connexion France
Other articles that may interest you

Loading some business profiles...

Loading some classifieds...