Less sugar, more fruit and veg on the menu.
Expert recommendations to make school food and drink even healthier are being consulted on by the Scottish Government.
Strict rules already apply to the nutritional content of meals, drinks and snacks served in schools.
Following a review by health, nutrition and education experts, views are being sought on proposals to further reduce sugar and other measures to promote healthy choices and help tackle childhood obesity.
The proposals include:
Increasing access to fresh fruit and vegetables with a minimum of two portions of veg and a portion of fruit to be offered as part of a school lunch
Introducing lower sugar limits, for example for foods such as breakfast cereal and yoghurts
Reducing how often sweetened and baked goods are available in primary schools
No longer permitting fruit juice and smoothies to be offered in primary and secondary schools
Introducing a new regulation for red meat which specifies, for the first time, how much of a child’s weekly intake should be high-quality produce and limits the amount of processed meat