France is about to start giving free breakfasts to disadvantaged schoolchildren

French Junior Minister attached to the Education Minister Gabriel Attal has lunch with students in the canteen of an EPIDE (Etablissement pour l'insertion dans l'emploi) school ahead of a national debate session, in Etang-sur-Arroux, France February 7, 2019. Ludovic Marin/Pool via REUTERS - RC1A5F387030

The initiative will be rolled out to 100,000 pupils by autumn. Image: REUTERS

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