NEW MP Mary Creagh is celebrating after government bosses adopted her ideas to ban junk food in schools.
Ms Creagh was one of the lucky MPs randomly selected to put forward a Private Members Bill earlier this year.
This means an MP can raise an issue close to their heart to try and make changes.
The mum-of-one, who represents the Wakefield constituency, which includes Shelley and Kirkburton, chose to protect kids from junk food - both in and out of schools.
Yesterday at Labour's annual conference education minister Ruth Kelly outlined plans to follow Ms Creagh's idea and ban sugary foods in school vending machines as well as improving school meals.
Ms Creagh said: "This is a victory for all of the individuals and organisations who have supported the Children's Food Bill.
"I'm delighted that at last we will have a national curriculum for children's bodies as well as their minds. These changes must not be the end but the beginning of a revolution in children's food."
Ms Creagh is calling on the Government to go further and introduce lessons in schools on cooking and growing food so youngsters can make more choices about what they eat.