The onf has denied a ban on homemade food in school
New rules and regulations for school meals do not forbid the children to bring food to school from home, said the head of the Executive Committee of the popular front Mikhail Razvozhaev after the meeting of experts of the popular front with the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova.
Previously, the newspaper “Moskovsky Komsomolets” reported that the CPS has prepared a new draft sanitary rules and norms for nutrition of children. Public resonance was caused by one of the provisions of the project, which has been interpreted to prohibit children to bring to school a home-cooked meal.
“Today, we invited Anna Yurievna (Popov) in the people’s front to give a clear answer to the interpretation of the draft Regulations, which were published. No restrictions, from the perspective of a home-cooked meal, which my parents every day give kids in school, no, in no way new SanPiN for this food is not affected, does not prohibit or does not impose restrictions”, — said Razvozhaev, reports TASS.
According to him, about the interpretation related to a wrong interpretation of the “one line project SanPiN, which was written legally and absolutely correct concerning the organization of power”:
One child with his sandwich no catering spend can not. It was about what to do for the food plants, on large batches of products that can be used in the kitchen. What concerns the individual of food, no restrictions SanPiN does not enter.NewsSchool will close doors for a home-cooked meal
The head of the Executive Committee of the popular front has supported the efforts of the CPS “to bring order to the nutrition in schools”: “to be honest, it is obvious that food and disgruntled children, and parents, and CPS”. However, he noted that the onf will keep on monitoring the adoption, following public discussions of the new standards on nutrition in school.
Popova said that the project SanPiN regulates the organization of power and does not limit the rights of parents. She stressed that parents have every right to feed their child as they see fit.
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