The Scottish Government's new free meal programme got underway on Monday, January 5 and means that Cordia will serve an estimated 6,000 extra pupils in the Fuel Zone at lunch time. Each of the city's 18,000 pupils in primary one to three, are now entitled to a free school meal as part of the initiative.
With the introduction of the programme, parents will save £7.50 per week and their child will enjoy a tasty three-course lunchtime meal served with water or milk from Cordia's popular Fuel Zones.
Children will continue to enjoy as much fruit, vegetables, soup and bread as they want, while Halal, vegetarian, and medical dietary requirements are also catered for on request.
Information leaflets were sent out to parents prior to the Christmas holidays, as well as copies of the three-week menu cycle which can also be viewed at www.fuelzoneprimary.co.uk