fit2cook food education was set up by Min Raisman in 2005 after a successful career as an award winning producer on BBC Radio 4’s Food Programme:
"Children love to cook and are inquisitive about how their food is made. I believe food education is very important if we want the next generation to be healthy and able to look after themselves and their families in the future. I am delighted that cooking has been made compulsory in the curriculum and hope to support schools as much as possible to make it a reality for every child. "
fit2cook has a strong track record of developing innovative and successful food education projects working with local food groups and companies. Many of the schools we have worked with have seen the benefits across the whole school community.
"The fit2cook cooking sessions have had a massive impact on our children, on their attitudes to eating, on their attitudes to nutrition and on their general attitude to food altogether. Healthy eating, a win win situation." Parent governor, All Saints C of E Primary School, Winchester.