40% of schools don't have cafeteria - Save the Children

Prices vary widely

(ANSA) - Rome, October 28 - Some 40% of Italian schools don't have a cafeteria, Save the Children said Tuesday.
    The percentage rises to 53% in Puglia, 51% in Campania and 49% in Campania, it said, while a third of northern schools don't have a cafeteria.
    Prices varied widely between various cities - from 7.7 euros for a meal in Ferrara to 0.35 euros a day in Salerno.
    If families don't pay a child is barred from the cafeteria in Brescia, Foggia, Modena, Novara, Palermo, Sassari, Salerno and Taranto.


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