The team received praise for their ‘innovative approach’ to delivering nutritious and well balanced meals to those within the education sector.
The survey, which was conducted by YouGov as part of BNF’s Healthy Eating Week 2021, looks at the changes people have made to their diet and lifestyle.
To celebrate the school hosted a themed lunch with frittata and cheese flan made using locally-sourced Leicestershire eggs.
From 7 June until mid-July all HC3S primary schools will be taking part in VegPower’s Eat Them To Defeat Them campaign, which aims to encourage children to consume more vegetables.
Helen Pountain joins as operations manager with the remit of managing and overseeing client sites including staffing, planning as well as training.
Pupils will be able to enjoy ‘Takeover Tuesdays’ which has a focus on offering ‘fun and exciting dishes’ with the aim of introducing children to new flavours.
Pisani, who made the switch to school catering in 2015, wants to improve the quality of school meals so that children can get excited about the food they eat.
The caterer partnered with Innocent Drinks, who run their ‘The Big Grow’ initiative, to provide schoolchildren with gardening kits, seed packs and gardening themed prizes.
Starting in June, Tilda in collaboration with ITV and Veg Power will be working with school caterers to educate children about the importance and benefits of eating vegetables.
The food charity is calling on the public to enjoy a breakfast with friends, family or colleagues on a morning from 7-13 June 2021. Great Big Breakfast participants are encouraged to donate £2 to t