AHDB is committed to increasing children’s understanding of where their food is grown, reared and produced. We have an established record in education delivery at both primary and secondary level, through our current projects:
It is important to educate children from an early age about where their food comes from and to establish healthy eating habits which will stay with them as they grow. Connecting children with where their food comes from should help combat challenges such as:
To make sure our work remains relevant and fit for future generations we have developed a new education strategy that will see us join forces with the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) in an exciting new three-year partnership.
Working together will allow both organisations to achieve greater value, through increased reach and impact, while delivering shared priorities, including:
“Working together reduces duplication and allows us both to focus on what’s important ? ensuring that teachers and their students have access to credible classroom materials and training”
Roy Ballam, Managing Director and Head of Education, BNF
Download the NEW AHDB education strategy
Industry collaboration is key to the success of this new strategy and we will continue to support existing initiatives, avoiding duplication.
As part of our new strategy we will continue to offer free education resources. For information on how to get involved
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