Hundreds of thousands of pad and tampon packs are expected to arrive in schools on Monday, as the national rollout of the Government’s free period products scheme kicks off, TVNZ reports. Three of the four companies supplying the first few months of the rollout are Kiwi brands. The Government says 1,548 schools and kura have opted in, representing 75 percent of eligible female students.
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