This website has been developed by the British Nutrition Foundation in association with:
All Saints Educational Trust
The All Saints Educational Trust makes personal grant awards to teachers, intending teachers and students in Religious Studies, Home Economics and related areas. Corporate awards are made for imaginative new projects which will enhance the Church's contribution to higher and further education.
DairyCo is the milk division of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board, a not for profit, non commercial organisation providing teachers with up to date resources on the production of milk, dairy farming and milk as part of a healthy balanced diet. http://www.dairyco.org.uk/talking-to-schools-consumers/schools/teacher-resources
Horticultural Development Company
The Horticultural Development Company (HDC) is a levy funded body that commissions R&D and communications projects on behalf of the horticultural industry. Spanning over 300 different crops within the field vegetable, soft fruit, tree fruit, hardy nursery stock, protected crops, bulbs, outdoor flower and mushroom sectors, the HDC’s remit includes promoting horticultural crops as part of a balanced diet. www.hdc.org.uk
HGCA is the cereals and oilseeds division the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board, funded by a statutory levy from growers and processors in the UK. A variety of free educational resources are available for children to learn about healthy eating and gain an insight into the ‘field to fork’ cycle of how wheat is grown and used to produce breads and breakfast cereals. www.grainchain.com
Meat and Education
Meat and Education is committed to being an informative and trustworthy sponsor of food education. Its specialist website for teachers and students contains interactives, free downloads, nutritional information, recipes and a free resource order function. meatandeducation.redmeatinfo.com
PCL education seeks to influence the consumers of the future about the health benefits of potatoes in their diet, with an aim to developing ‘life long’ eating habits through school learning. There are two school initiatives Grow Your Own Potatoes www.gyop.potato.org.uk for primary school pupils (KS1&2) one for the largest free growing projects of its kind, and Cook Your Own Potatoes www.cyop.potato.org.uk for secondary school pupils (KS3) a natural progression from gyop that teaches pupils how to cook healthy and tasty potato meals.
Seafish is a UK organisation supporting the seafood industry for a sustainable and profitable future. Working on improving the environmental sustainability, efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the industry, as well as promoting sustainably-sourced seafood. Seafish have also developed ‘Fish is the Dish’, an online campaign, to help families include more seafood in their diet. For more information about the campaign, visit www.fishisthedish.co.uk