- cooking classes;
- shopping tours;
- classroom and after school-based programmes;
- school gardens;
- summer nutrition programs (in partnership with Park & Recreation departments);
- Nnutrition classes at senior citizen centres and in underserved diverse communities; and
- online learning formats.
The Tesco Eat Happy Project is accessible to all 4 – 11 year olds across the UK.
- expert advice from a nutritionist and a fitness instructor;
- hands-on cooking guidance and lessons from a well-known chef; and
- community breakfast clubs.
Many people find that eating vegetables and fruits is precious, and enhance mental and physical health through experience of delicious foods”. This is AEON’s wish and AEON holds experience learning events of “hearing”, “looking at” and “eating” foods at stores regarded as “food materials libraries”.
Past events history, as well as contact and application information, is shown on the home page.
Typical Programmes are as below.
- learning proper balance of eating;
- shopping games;
- cargo booking presentation;
- quiz on vegetables;
- food journey inside of the body; and
- cooking a salad.
- learning the proper balance of eating;
- quiz on vegetables and fruits; and
- easy cooking of a salad and tasting.
The approach was based on the core belief that we can do more together than we can do on our own. TCCC, through participation in the HWCF Calorie Commitment project, continued to advance the “Golden Triangle” approach and engage business, government and civil society to work together to achieve the goal through a variety of practices to effect positive change in communities large and small to not only meet, but exceed the original commitment earlier than anticipated.
The HWCF initiative brought together a diverse group of voices – from public health institutions to industry to civil society – and created a blueprint that is being used in other countries around the world.
Members in total were able to jointly cut 6.4 trillion calories out of the “calorie in” side of the balanced lifestyle equation, which nets out to a reduction of 78 calories per person in the United States per day. In addition, we were also able to clearly communicate around our diverse portfolio of beverages, including our reduced-, low- and no-calorie drinks as well as our smaller, portion-controlled packages.
- the Coca-Cola Foundation;
- Movimiento es Salud Foundation;
- universities and 3rd party experts; and
- government authorities representing rducation, health and sports.
Communication efforts included an International Forum which resulted in more than 251 publications, 1,857.236 USD Ad Equivalency, 274 Million impressions. There continues to be articles in the media.
- securing the support of the authorities is key; and
- measuring is imperative, but difficult to execute at the beginning.
- >80% Satisfaction with Lale courses;
- t0/t1 comparison showed significant changes in nutritional habits: in t1 80% said they use the “AID nutrition pyramid” (vs 11.8% in t0);
- in t0 1/3rd of the participants knew the BMI of their children, in t1 this figure was raised to >70%;
- in t1 more than 80% included their children in cooking procedures (vs 54% in t0); and
- in terms of physical activity respondent answering they never do any pa with their children t1 showed a significant improvement (t1: 3.4% vs t0: 20%).
- the LALE homepage is available in both German and Turkish; communications were focused on the Mars newsletter and through the channels of our partners; and
- a Media Event for was also hosted to launch of Lale programme, welcoming the Minister for Consumer protection NRW.