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School canteens vital source of healthy meals | New Straits Times

Most children depend on food sold at canteens for their meals during breaks.

18/10/2021 7:29:00 PM

NSTletters The National Health and Morbidity Survey in 2015 showed that almost 30 per cent of children are affected by overweight and obesity problems. schools students canteen food nutrition

Most children depend on food sold at canteens for their meals during breaks.

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