The Lyon ecologist town hall decided on Wednesday to no longer serve as blue cord in school canteens from the next school year. The famous breaded and cheese-filled schnitzel will therefore soon be absent from children’s plates in the capital of Gaul. As the rumor grew, the information was confirmed by Gautier Chapuis, local food and food security advisor. “The cordon bleu is a bit the spearhead of ultra-processed food products, and as such there is no longer any reason to be on the menus of students in Lyon,” he told LyonMag.
This measure, especially symbolic, is part of the desire displayed by Mayor Gregory Doucet to prioritize organic, healthy and local food for all children. The elected ecologist hopes to achieve “100% of meals in canteens of nurseries and schools from organic farming and 50% of locally sourced food”.
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