Food - a fact of life: Celebrating 30 years of food and nutrition education in schools
The British Nutrition Foundation's Food - a fact of life programme was launched in 1991. Nutrition Bulletin has published (September 2021) a Virtual Issue that brings together articles highlighting how the programme has evolved and expanded over the last 30 years and illustrates the British Nutrition Foundation's ongoing commitment to take food education seriously.
To access the Virtual Issue, please visit the Nutrition Bulletin website here.
- Food education – let’s go back to the future - R. Ballam
- Food — a fact of life (1992) - G. Fine
- Food — a fact of life (1993) - G. Fine
- A new resource for the BNF/MAFF ‘Food - a fact of life’ programme - G. Fine
- Diet and Health and Food Technology units launched - S. Valentine
- Food – a fact of life http://www.foodafactoflife.org.uk - C. Theobald
- Once upon a website . . . the story of Food – a fact of life - C. Theobald, M. Rowcliffe
- Diet, nutrition and schoolchildren: An update - E. Weichselbaum, J. L. Buttriss
- Development and evaluation of food and nutrition teaching kits for teachers of primary schoolchildren - E. Schneider, C. Theobald
- The Food Teacher Professional Portfolio – a personal and professional development programme for secondary food teachers - F. Meek
- Where next for food education? - R Ballam
- Who’s teaching our teachers? - R. Ballam
- Food for thought: Does the Food—a fact of life website benefit food and nutrition teaching in the UK? - A. White
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