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Caterers are committed to providing healthier food

Caterers are committed to providing healthier food

The Agency has been working in partnership with more than 45 major UK caterers to provide healthier choices for their customers when eating out.

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Beet That Card Game resourceWeb link

The Chances 4 Change 'Community Food Growing' Project has produced a card game of 33 cards showing nutritional information on fruits and vegetables to young children in a fun way. Contact Katherine at Common Cause for more info



Food Growing in Brighton to recieve massive funding boostWeb link

The Brighton and Hove Food Partnership has successfully secured a grant of 500,000 from the Big Lottery Fund to increase the amount of food grown in the City and to encourage people to eat more locally produced food through the project Harvest Brighton & Hove.



Eat Seasonably website launchedWeb link

There's nothing like fresh fruit and vegetables at their seasonal best. There's something so good about eating food when it's just been picked. It tastes better, it's better value and it's a better deal for the planet.



Britain's food strategy not fit for purpose'Web link

Britain's Sustainable Farming and Food Strategy is "no longer not fit for purpose" and needs overhauling to take account of the obesity epidemic, a leading environmentalist has claimed.



Too much fast food 'harms children's test scores'Web link

Pupils achieve lower scores in tests after eating takeaway meals such as burgers and chips more than three times a week, it is claimed.



Review of dietary interventions in black and minority ethnic groups published by FSAWeb link

The Food Standards Agency Wales has published a review of dietary interventions in black and minority ethnic (BME) groups across the UK.



Healthy eating on the tableWeb link

Some of the most well-known restaurant chains on the UK high street have agreed to work with the FSA to put healthy eating firmly on the menu for their customers.



Free questionnaire resource for use with children around diet and physical activityWeb link

A questionnaire designed for children to assess diet and physical activity levels. Free to download.



UK adopts new growth charts based on breast-fed babies Web link

The new charts will play an important role in establishing breastfeeding as the norm. They will help parents and healthcare professionals identify children at early risk of obesity and provide important reassurance for parents of breast-fed babies, who are likely to gain weight more slowly.



The Big Lunch in your school or communityWeb link

The Big Lunch, 19 Jul 2009 in your school or community. Calling all teachers: Get ready for The Big Lunch this summer! Grow some food in your school garden and then cook and eat it with your local community.




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