Mexico Implementing Reforms to Improve Nutrition in Schools

10 Nov

Mexico Today- Expats looking to move with children to Mexico have good news about raising their children in Mexico. The government has  recently taken steps to improve children’s nutritional intake in schools.   “Public pre-kindergarten and elementary schools, for example, have banned junk food from being allowed in their schools. Along with this, middle schools are now only selling sugar-free drinks and low-calorie snacks as a way to combat childhood obesity and turn Mexico into a healthier environment. ” Read more from Mexico Today about this healthy initiative being implemented in the country.

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