The regional governement of Andalussia (Spain) has forbidden sugared
drinks and food (like coca-cola and donuts) from being sold at any school
cafeteria in their territory, under fines reaching 250000€ (or closing the
At last! :-)
And they must offer free water.
The list of regulations I read in the article is complex and I don't
understand all the implications and how they are going to do it, but I
suppose there will be oposition.
To put in context, the party governing there is socialist (not communist,
more like liberals) and has been in power maybe since the first regional
elections, if memory servers right, so maybe not :-)
Re: Sugared foods forbidden in Andalussian schools
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On Monday, 2018-01-29 at 14:36 +0100, Harrie Baken wrote:
> Hallo Carlos E. R., op 29-01-18 om 14:24 schreef je:
>> On Monday, 2018-01-29 at 04:41 +0100, Carlos E. R. wrote:
>> Please ignore, was intended for the off-topic mail list.
> Too late! :) I already forwarded it to a friend who speaks Spanish and
> hates the Coca-Crap crooks as much as I do.
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