We did our school education at a time when fast food stayed away from school campuses. An ice-candy man or salted gooseberries used to be our main 'snack' items, that too outside school premises. But now in our kids' era, almost all school campuses are well-equipped with fast food stores selling puffs, sandwiches, burgers and other fried items which are 100% unhealthy for growing kids. Such stores inside school campuses lure young kids to skip their daily meals and go for such fast food items. There are no measures to check the quality of food items provided. I feel it is a good idea if school canteens provide kids with meals or healthy breakfast items. But promoting such unhealthy items inside school campuses, isn't it business oriented? Shouldn't strict restrictions be provided for the supply of such food items?
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