There has been an outcry in England over the paltry size of food parcels being sent to the poorest children while the country is in lockdown.
They are supposed to replace free school meals the children would normally receive if schools were open.
An image of the contents of the parcel posted on Twitter went viral and the cause was taken up by footballer Marcus Rashford, who has campaigned over child poverty issues.
The company behind the parcels has apologised.
Matthew Holroyd from #TheCube investigates. Watch his report in the video above.