Quality and quantity of food parcels given to Derby children 'appalling'

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Parents receiving food parcels in part of Derby have been left shocked by their contents and claim they go against all the rules of food hygiene and safety.

Food parcels have been sent to the families of pupils, who would normally be eligible for free school meals, while schools are closed during the coronavirus lockdown.

In the previous lockdown, the Government ordered food vouchers to be distributed.

Derbyshire Live has seen the contents of one food parcel, which is intended to last for 10 lunches. This is instead of £15 weekly vouchers, which were sent to children eligible for free school meals such as those issued over the Christmas holiday.

The parcel appears to come

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