By 2015 soft drinks had disappeared from most elementary schools. Today sweetened drinks including milk and soya drinks are not available in 85% of such schools. Fruit juices are not sold in 67% of elementary schools. The lower figure is linked to the erroneous idea that juice is healthy.
Soft drinks aren't sold at 71% of secondary schools compared with 31% three years ago.
Waffles, cakes, chocolate and sweets are only available in 10% of elementary schools. Crisps, croissants, donuts and sausage rolls are becoming a rarity in secondary schools too.
By 2021 all unhealthy drinks and sweets should be removed from schools with pupils only able to get water, fresh fruit and veg.