Lyon, the mayor removes meat from school lists: it’s controversial in France

Agriculture Minister Julian Dinormandy wrote on Twitter: “Let’s stop putting ideology on our children’s plate.” “We only give them what they need to thrive. Meat is part of it,” he says.

For the Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanen, this is an “unacceptable insult” to the French farmers and butchers. “The moral and elitist policy of vegetables – he attacks – excludes the popular classes. Often many children eat meat only in the canteen.”

Dusit responded promptly. According to the mayor, the new school’s menus – which have fish and eggs – are balanced and balanced.

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