We’ve launched a Primary Schools resource and competition to create a food superhero to help highlight and encourage healthy eating
Heritage Fine Foods has launched a food superheroes competition across primary schools in Wiltshire and Hampshire that challenges them to get creative and design a food superhero that will inspire others to eat more fresh fruit and vegetables – this can be created in any way they like – draw it, bake it, build it, make or mould it!
Ken Mortimer, Chief Executive of Heritage Fine Foods commented: “We are passionate at Heritage about encouraging young people to eat more fruit and vegetables and it’s never been more important, especially during this pandemic. We hope that the fun leaflet and the competition will ignite children’s interest as well as providing a fun activity for them to get creative”.
In addition to this, Heritage Fine Foods have also introduced an ‘Eat Healthy for Less’ weekly recipe, ideal for busy families who also want great value and healthy meals.
Winners of the competition will see their characters used in future campaigns and will receive a prize of a Fire HD 8 Kid’s tablet, a children’s garden discovery kit to grow their own veg and a family fruit and veg box.
The competition launches on Tuesday 8 September and closes on Friday 6th November
To find out more about how to enter this competition schools, parents or children can download the pdf leaflet and can upload entries to bit.ly/superfoodhero or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org