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The French government was angered by Lyon’s mayor’s reasons to remove meat from school lunches

The French government was angered by Lyon's mayor's reasons to remove meat from school lunches

French government officials have a specialty Meat With Mayor of Lyon.

Lyon mayor, Gregory Doucet, a member of the French Green Party who took office in July 2020, is being perverted by his decision to remove meat from school cafes in order to simplify lunch service and promote more balanced meals amid The COVID-19 pandemic.

Gerald Darmanin, the French interior minister, called Doucet on Twitter, claiming the policy was “an unacceptable insult to the French farmers and butchers”. The Green Party was also accused generally of making decisions without regard to the country’s working class with their “scandalous ideology”.

Lyon, the third largest city in France, is often referred to as the capital of French gastronomy, and is famous for its dishes including stews and tinens or casseroles that are often made with meat or offal.

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“Many kids often only have a canteen to eat meat” Darmanin argued, A member of La République En Marche for President Emmanuel Macron! Party.

Julian Dinormandy, French Minister of Agriculture and Fellow Member of En Marche! A party, Dusit also accused of “putting an ideology on our children’s dishes.”

“Let’s just give them what they need to grow well. Meat is one of them,” said Danormandy Wrote.

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In the meantime, Dusit has responded to such accusations, claiming that the new policy will not only speed up school lunch service (and boost social distancing by doing so), but also promote more sustainable, local and healthy food in the city’s schools.

Leon Mayor Gregory Doucet had previously claimed that the city needed to address environmental change in order to preserve its culinary heritage.

Leon Mayor Gregory Doucet had previously claimed that the city needed to address environmental change in order to preserve its culinary heritage.
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He also argued that Gerard Coulomb, a former mayor and member of En Marche! Party, it was “I took exactly the same action.” In the first months of the pandemic, when he was still in office.

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“We have not heard you making these comments to Gerard Coulomb,” he wrote.

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Dusit previously said that more change was needed to preserve Lyon’s public culinary heritage, and he opposed the mass import of meat in favor of encouraging local farmers. The city also has it Make a plan To provide more organic and local foods – and to give “2 to 4 vegetarian meals a week” to schoolchildren – by 2022.

Although meat was off the Lyon schoolchildren’s menu, fish and eggs would still be available.

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Lyon, the third largest city in France, is often referred to as the capital of French gastronomy, and is famous for its dishes including stews and tinens or casseroles, and is often made from meat or offal.

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