Our response to the National Food Strategy We welcome the recommendations laid out in the National Food Strategy, Part 2. If adopted by the Government, society will reap the benefits of improving the health and sustainability of the nation. The report recognises the...
We welcome the recommendations laid out in the National Food Strategy, Part 2. If adopted by the Government, society will reap the benefits of improving the health and sustainability of the nation. The report recognises the need to invest upfront in the health and wellbeing of children, and the key role that food education plays in this.
School caterers, teachers and parents are being urged to share their views on what’s working and what needs to change in school food. People have until the 19th July to take part in a survey which aims to identify key areas for reform.
Pupils from the LEAP Federation have been busy creating meals at the Hackney School of Food that could be heading to your homes. The children spent the day with the team at Tastily – a meal delivery service- cooking up different dishes and recipes. The aim is to create a new dish for Tastily’s customers.
A new nursery has signed up to work with us. Coin Street is committed to changing the way we think about food in schools and making sure we can supply it to tight budgets. People often think it can be expensive to cook from scratch – it doesn’t have to be, as Coin Street is showing.
Making your kitchen sustainable can save money and the planet. If you missed our webinar on sustainable kitchens, you can watch it online now. It’s not just packed with tips, tricks and expert advice, there’s a recipe demo too.
Around 100 more families are set to receive weekly Lunch Boxes – thanks to the Hawksmoor restaurant joining our Covid response work. During the first lockdown, Hawksmoor opened their kitchens to make meals for our Free School Meals hampers. Now, with demand increasing again, they’re stepping in to help out for a second time.
The collection of food parcels for families from Grasmere, Matthias and Harrington Hill Primary Schools will be a lot easier for families thanks to support from Bags of Ethics. The food parcels are given to families on top of their weekly free school meal food voucher but one recurring issue has been getting the food home.