Nine schools in Calgary, Canada, have handed over cafeteria operations to the Coco Brooks Pizza chain.
Cathy Faber of the school board said that the Coco Brooks-operated cafeterias will offer more than just pizza with salads, pasta, sandwiches and fruit all on offer. However, this has not stopped some parents complaining to The Huffington Post.
In an interview a parent from one of the schools that will now have their cafeteria operated by the pizza chain said "These kids really need brain food and for me I don't think pizza is brain food.”
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