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The nationwide school fruit scheme in Norway is an attempt to increase fruit and vegetable (FV) consumption among children and adolescents.
The scheme is divided into a subscription programme (with parental payment) partially subsidised and supported by the Norwegian Directorate of Health and a no-cost programme (without parental payment) supported by the Ministry of Education and Research.
The subscription programme started out as a test project in the 1990s. The programme soon spread nationwide. However, the increase in consumption of FV among children was still not satisfactory. In 2007, the Norwegian government decided to offer a no-cost programme to lower secondary schools (ungdomsskoler) (grades 8-10) and combined schools (grades 1-10) in order to make fruit and vegetables more accessible. Funds are granted directly to the municipal councils across the nation by the Ministry of Education and Research. The funds cover the full cost of FV and administration at the schools.
Primary schools (barneskoler) with grades 1-7 have a subscription programme where parents subscribe on behalf of their children. The cost for the pupils/parents is NOK 2.50 per school day. The programme is subsidised by the Norwegian Directorate of Health by NOK 1.00 per pupil per school day.
The subscription programme is organised by Skolefrukt.no. Parental payment and invoices generated by the fruit suppliers are all administrated via Skolefrukt.no’s administration system, Skolefruktsys.no. Schools participating in the no-cost programme may also use Skolefruktsys.no to ease administration for the fruit supplier and at the school. Today more than 2.000 schools use Skolefruktsys.no.