The price of school meals in Gloucestershire is due to go up by 10p to £2.20 next month.
There's criticism that the rise is coming when money is already tight.
However, Edwards and Wards, which supplies primary and special schools in the county, says it's necessary due to large increases in food, transport and staff costs.
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