From September, primary schools in Cumbria will see the number of school meals they produce rise from just over 2000 to 15,000.
They'll receive more than a million pounds more to spend on meals, but one school claims it'll cost a lot more and schools will end up out of pocket.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
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