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Guidelines for producers and users of school education resources about food

The document below sets out a series of voluntary guidelines which can be adopted as part of a good practice approach by those that produce and use education resources for schools about food throughout the UK. It is hoped that they will be used to further support the work of food education in schools, ensuring that children and young people use up-to-date, evidence-based and high-quality resources to support their learning about food.

This work was initiated by the British Nutrition Foundation and the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board.

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