By Press Association
Two mothers have set up a delivery food service to pupils at a school that has cracked down on junk food and set up a healthy eating canteen.
Julie Critchlow and Sam Walker said they have supplied children at Rawmarsh comprehensive school, in South Yorkshire, with a range of food from burgers to potatoes since the school brought in a new healthy menu and banned pupils from going to local takeaways.
Mrs Critchlow said they are not selling only junk food to the children, but today delivered jacket potatoes and salad sandwiches. "It's not about junk food and it's not about healthy eating, it's about the freedom of choice," she said.