Primary schools in France have issued a ban on tomato ketchup due to fears that pupils are becoming distanced from traditional cuisine. The chairman of the National Association of Directors of Collective Restaurants said that they had to ensure children become familiar with French recipes so that they can hand them down to the next generation. He also expressed concerns that children were using sauces to mask the taste of what they were eating. The children will now only be allowed ketchup and mayonnaise once a week when they are having French fries for lunch.
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