• Local Food Links celebrates 10 years of school meals in Blandford

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  • School Food Matters Young Marketeers programme secures funding

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Young’s Foodservice makes new appointments for education sector

Young’s Foodservice makes new appointments for education sector

Young’s Foodservice has appointed two new business development managers to further drive the growth of the company’s Foodservice Division within education.

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Tilda Together returns with Mary’s Meals

Tilda Together returns with Mary’s Meals

Tilda Together is back with the chance for one school to win £500 and a Tilda Together Day.

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Local Food Links celebrates 10 years of school meals in Blandford

Local Food Links celebrates 10 years of school meals in Blandford

School meals provider and social enterprise, Local Food Links, is celebrating 10 years of preparing meals from its Blandford kitchen.

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Lunch Break: Truth and transparency

Feed Me Truth is a campaign by Happerley Transparent, a new marque with an ambition is to provide openness in the supply chain, starting with schools. TV presenter and farmer Adam Henson and Happerley co-founder Matthew Rymer explain why they are removing the smoke and mirrors of food procurement

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EDU On-Site: Green and Serene

School caterers always look closely at high street trends before implementing new concepts, but how many consider the ways they can improve the emotional wellbeing of pupils to regain their focus for afternoon lessons? Morag Wilson gets some ‘eco therapy’ at Tiller & Hobs from ISS Education

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Where it all starts

Access to good food and nutrition in the first thousand days of a child’s life are the single most important determinants in preventing growing social inequality and ill-health, a recent global study concludes.

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