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‘Scotland adds iPods to menu’

The Washington Post today notes that The Scotsman newspaper has reported that Glasgow’s school system is offering rewards to secondary school students for eating healthier foods: “The award-winning Fuel Zone Points Rewards Scheme aims to promote a good diet among teenage pupils, with those who choose a healthy option rewarded with points which go towards prizes, such as iPod music players, Xbox computer consoles, tickets for the cinema and book tokens. The experiment was introduced 12 months ago in all of Glasgow’s 29 secondary schools.”

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