ACT primary schools have worked hard to create a healthy food and drink culture within their school community.
From 2014 – 2018, 39 ACT schools completed three years of involvement with the Fresh Tastes initiative, reaching over 17,000 students.
Schools are supported to deliver six action areas:
Food for sale
Food from home
Healthy food and drink guidelines
completed their three-year involvement in Fresh Tastes between 2014-2018
over 17,000 students
Change in Attitude/Demand
92% of schools noticed a positive change in attitude to healthy food and drinks.
89% of schools noticed a change in demand for healthy food and drinks.
Key results from the Fresh Tastes: Interim Project Monitoring Report are that: 93% of participating schools said they had embedded a healthy food and drink culture; 92% of schools had seen a positive change in attitudes towards healthy food and drinks; and 89% had noticed a change in the demand for healthy food and drinks.
Read the full Fresh Tastes: Interim Project Monitoring Report for more fantastic achievements.