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Cultural and religious festivals are great for celebrating diversity, and there are few more enjoyable things to focus on than food. Snapdragons’ Mary Llewellin shares ideas for creative creations
A seasonal recipe fusing a festive bird and British vegetables with dried fruit and spices from North Africa and the Middle East
The London Early Years Foundation is tackling obesity by creating a model of excellence - encompassing not only child health, but the attitudes of staff and parents. June O'Sullivan explains
With many root vegetables in season, Mary Llewellin offers some ideas for creative combinations
A new study suggests that replacing sugar in the diets of obese children with starchy foods like crisps and pizza dramatically improves their health.
A coalition of health professionals, academics, nutritionists and campaigners are calling for a tax on sugar to protect the health of children in the UK.
Don't miss the latest issue of our annual Nursery Food supplement, published with Nursery World 19 October-1 November.
Nurseries are using external specialists to ensure they are offering food that meets nutritional standards. Nicole Weinstein looks at the options.
Elmscot Day Nursery and Nursery School's comprehensive approach to food offers an inspiring example of good practice, writes Ruth Thomson.
What does the new Ofsted framework mean for settings' approach to food. Annette Rawstrone reports
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