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Pupils at Howard Junior School in Gaywood learnt about food production in March 2014





In our weekly Memory Lane schooldays feature, pupils learn about the food production cycle in March 2014...

Pupils at Howard Junior School in Gaywood learnt about the food production cycle during a Farm to Fork visit to the Tesco supermarket, just a few hundred yards away from their school, in March 2014.

The 32 children from class 3N heard about everything from the origins of food to food miles, storage, distribution and healthy eating.

Howard Junior School pupils in March 2014
Howard Junior School pupils in March 2014

They are pictured here with Karina Russell, the Tesco Farm to Fork trail guide.

Talking about the project, Tesco UK managing director Chris Bush said: “We know parents are concerned that children don’t always understand how food is made and where it comes from, which is important to developing a strong positive lifelong relationship with food.”



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