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Putting the Ooo back into food - Case Studies

British Food Fortnight is an established date on the school calendar. Hundreds of schools use the event as an opportunity to teach young people about food: about the diverse and delicious range of food available, the benefits of healthy eating and about the pleasures of eating quality, fresh, seasonal and regionally distinct produce. This guide gives you case study examples of how schools have taken part.

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British Nutrition Foundation (BNF)
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