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Offering high-quality food within budget is undoubtedly a challenge, but can be achieved with careful food management, says Karen Faux.

What options are available for nutrition training, and how can practitioners best develop the skills they need? Ruth Thomson investigates.

Winner of the Nursery World Nursery Food Award 2013, Tootsies Private Day Nursery in Farnham, Surrey, is serving up something unique. Ruth Thomson visited to find out what makes it special.

The news that a nursery worker has won a back injury case against her former employer has highlighted a lack of awareness in the sector of the importance of workplace risk assessments, say experts.

The Welsh Assembly has published its first early years and childcare plan, detailing ways in which it will support families and young children over the next ten years.

The waiting is over - it's time to unveil the shortlists for each category in the Nursery World Awards 2013

A Cambridgeshire nursery has become the first in the country to receive the Children's Food Trust's new national award for excellence in children's food.

Let's get one thing out of the way first: I'm no expert on childcare. I've been following the debate on ratios with great interest, but my focus here is in one important part of childcare provision: food.

Early years practitioners can apply for a grant of up to 5,000 to fund projects that raise awareness of the importance of vitamin D and boost the intake in pre-school children.

Milk supplier Scotts has been suspended from claiming for free nursery milk after a number of discrepancies in its claims.