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British Nutrition Foundation (BNF)

After a very successful week last year, the BNF are holding their Healthy Eating Week from the 2-6 June 2014.

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As you know, food, cooking and nutrition is taught in schools throughout the UK, but the current status of the subject, its delivery and resource provision is much less understood. To help address this issue, the British Nutrition Foundation is undertaking an online survey on the state of food, cooking and nutrition education throughout the UK. Results will be published online, to help with policy development and school practice. Take part in the survey:

Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) - meat voucher scheme

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QMS will be running their meat voucher scheme again in session 2012/13. The voucher entitles your school up to £100 worth of red meat products from your local QMS affiliated butcher.

QMS have recently published a revised and updated ‘Chefs guide’, which offers both budding and professional chefs an insight into the whole Scottish production chain from farm gate to dinner plate. This resource is available free to all schools.

If you would like to take advantage of either or both of these generous offers, please contact Jennifer Robertson, Health and Education Coordinator by email on  jrobertson@qmscotland.co.uk. For more information on QMS’s services, please go to their website www.qmscotland.co.uk.

Related websites:

LOGO: Food Standards Agency.
LOGO: Learning Teaching Scotland NQ Online logo.
LOGO: CEG Progress logo.
LOGO: CEG Plan IT logo.
LOGO: HIT Scotland.
LOGO: Springboard Scotland.
LOGO: QMS Logo
LOGO: Healthy Living Scotland Logo
Tasty Careers Logo
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 Chefs @ School logo
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Meat Traders
Scottish Bakers
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