We create free materials for teachers and parents to support young people aged 5–14 in developing their understanding and love of fresh, healthy food, the skills they need to cook for themselves and the desire to celebrate food with friends and family.
The Get Set to Eat Fresh programme will reach 1.2 million young people aged 5-14 across the country. 75% of teachers using the Get Set to Eat Fresh programme agree that their pupils have been inspired to eat more healthily.
Did you know there are over 300,000 edible plants grown on Earth? However, 90% of the human diet is based on just 25! Use our Investigate Fresh Food activities to spark pupils' curiosity about where food comes from and encourage scientific investigation of fresh foods and their properties.
Only 16% of millennials say they learned to cook at school. Our Master Skills resources will help to equip students with the tools to practise and refine skills and techniques, so that they can prepare and cook healthy, fresh food for themselves and others. Get started today!
Activities to bring families together in celebrating fresh, healthy food.
It can be hard to get picky eaters to eat healthily, and it can turn the kitchen table into a battle zone! Luckily, from secret veg to bold rainbow wraps, these top tips and tricks will help all the family Get Set to Eat Fresh.