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EDINBURGH LEADS THE WAY IN BID TO GET CHILDREN EATING MORE VEG

#TheVegAreComing VEg Power

Today [25th January], Edinburgh becomes a Veg City, kicking off a city-wide campaign to promote vegetable consumption. The Veg City campaign start coincides with the launch of a new Veg Power advertising campaign, airing for the first time on ITV and STV tonight. Starting today, schools, community […]

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BUSINESSES AND CAMPAIGNERS JOIN FORCES TO GET GLASGOW EATING VEG

Embargoed for 00.01 on Monday 8th October Glasgow businesses have made commitments to the Peas Please initiative to help increase vegetable consumption. Children attending parties in GOALS Glasgow South and GOALS Glasgow West football centres will be offered fruit and veg snacks as starter. 5000 students will […]

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SCOTTISH COMPANIES PLEDGE TO GET US EATING MORE VEG

Embargoed for 00.01 on Monday 8th October  4 Scottish companies are among 10 major UK caterers making commitments to the Peas Please initiative to increase vegetable consumption Peas Please has delivered 4.8 million additional portions of veg in its first year For every 3 meals eaten out […]

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MORE VEG FOR SCOTTISH CHILDREN

Embargoed for 00.01 on Monday 8th October Businesses and food education programmes have made commitments to the Peas Please initiative to help increase vegetable consumption Children attending parties in GOALS football centres in Glasgow and Aberdeen will be offered healthy fruit and veg snacks as starter. 6000 […]

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Is the Food Bill still on the Government’s menu?

The Scottish Food Coalition, of which Nourish is a member, is disappointed that the Scottish Government’s ambition for what it means to be a Good Food Nation seems to have diminished. Today’s Programme for Government has scaled back on a firm commitment to legislation, opting instead for […]

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800 People take action for Good Food Law

Campaigners will bring kitchen tables and chairs outside the Scottish Parliament to launch a report on public priorities for the future of food in Scotland. [1] [2] The report, published by the Scottish Food Coalition, asked the public their top priorities and concerns for a Good Food […]

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