JAMIE Oliver brought school meals to the fore with his TV series and now the debate is coming to Wrexham.
A meeting to discuss school meals at an open session of the Welsh Food Advisory Committee of FSA Wales, being held on Wednesday, May 18.
Attendees and members of the committee will hear from the British Nutrition Foundation and representatives from local authorities in West and South East Wales who have pioneered healthy eating in their schools.
Members of the public, parents, governors, headteachers, food producers and retailers, local authority representatives and other organisations with an interest in the provision of school meals are invited to share their views on the issues that matter to them, and to comment upon the deliberations during an open question and answer session.
The meeting will be held in the William Aston Suite, North East Wales Institute of Higher Education in Wrexham, and will take place between 9.30am and 1.00pm.
The Welsh Food Advisory Committee (WFAC) gives advice and information to the Food Standards Agency on its operations in Wales.
As part of its commitment to openness, it regularly holds open meetings across the country.
Members of the public wishing to attend the open meeting should contact Deb Morgan on 029 2067 8999 or e-mail: email@example.com