OzHarvest, Australia’s leading food rescue organisation, as part of their Education pillar will be teaching parents and kids a thing or two about food waste and nutrition at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, open until 8 April.
At the 2014 show, OzHarvest launched their Nutrition Education Sustenance Training (NEST) program to the public. Continuing on the theme of food education, hundreds of volunteers clad in iconic OzHarvest yellow, will be testing kids as well as their parents on the different food groups, good fats versus bad fats, and challenging their knowledge of unfamiliar vegetables.
The Spices and Herbs Guessing Game will test those who claim to be spice connoisseurs on the difference between cinnamon and cloves, turmeric and cumin.
Through fun, interactive and engaging activities, OzHarvest aims to educate the general public, especially youth, on their work in food rescue, food security and sustainability as well as nutrition.
The OzHarvest stand is located at the Food Farm area until 8 April.
OzHarvest volunteers will be working with RAS to collect any surplus food from the Sydney Royal Easter Showground.
For more information or to donate to OzHarvest visit www.ozharvest.org or call 1800 108 006.
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