World Food Day – tinned or fresh?

 

As we marked World Food Day yesterday – there was a certain ironic discussion going on in our house – what to send our9 year old son into school with for the harvest assembly this week?

My dilemma – to reach to the back of the food cupboard to find a tin (as requested by the school!) or something fresh from the garden….squash, beetroot or plums?

Well I’ll leave that dilemma for you to speculate…but if you’re looking this week to do something in your school assembly around harvest, then do look at our new Food and Sustainability part of our Schools website.

It’s packed with activities for teachers and has links to examples of inspirational food producers stories around the world.

Good luck and any suggestions of what to send welcome…

 

One response to “World Food Day – tinned or fresh?”

  1. Robert Bwage Says:

    Here in Kenya,Food Security and Sustainability is the Key to fighting hunger. The country war ranked serious though it has high potential of Agricultural production;because farmers mostly use the traditional farming methods. There is need to make them embrace biotechnology.

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