Minor, Weir & Willis (MWW), which employs more than 240 people in Perry Barr, has been a key driving force in the Department of Health's English School Fruit and Vegetable scheme that gives a piece of fruit each day to all four to six year-old children in the Midlands, London and the Home Counties.
What does SFVS stand for?
SFVS stands for School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme (UK)
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- South Florida Vanpool Program (commuter services)
- Stream Function-Velocity Potential (meteorological assessment; Australia)
- San Fernando Valley Patients Group (Northridge, CA)
- Stickney Forest View Public Library District (Berwyn, IL)
- San Fernando Valley Professional Photographers
- San Fernando Valley Republican Club (California)
- San Fernando Valley State College (Northridge, CA; now California State University, Northridge)
- San Francisco Vegetarian Society
- San Francisco Veterinary Specialists (San Francisco, CA)
- Santa Fe Vipassana Sangha (Santa Fe, NM)
- State Food and Veterinary Services (Lithuania)
- San Fernando Valley State College
- Street Fighter Versus SNK (game)
- San Fernando Valley Woodworkers (est. 1988; California)
- Smith Fankhauser Voigt Watson (Texas)
- San Fernando Valley Young Democrats (California)
- San Fernando Valley Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous (California)
- Safe for Work (website links)
- San Francisco Wharf (Amtrak station code; San Francisco, CA)
- Science Fiction Weekly
Samples in periodicals archive:
These levels are higher because the fruit and vegetables supplied under the Government's School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme (SFVS) were of lower quality than those sold in shops, the group claims.
Levels are higher because fruit and vegetables supplied under the Government's School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme (SFVS) were of lower quality, the group claims.
A report by the National Foundation for Education Research (NFER) praised the National School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme for getting children to eat more fruit ( but found most carried on eating sweets and crisps at the same time.
Traces of the chemicals were discovered in apples,pears, bananas, satsumas and clementines handed out to youngsters as part of the Department of Health's School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme.