Who We Work With

Fit2cook has worked with the following organisations developing and running innovative food education projects such as those listed below.

We have also worked with local show organisations, The Romsey Food Show, The Alresford Show and The Watercress Festival running hands-on events for children.

Alresford Salads

Alresford Salads

fit2cook has worked with large commercial food companies like Alresford Salads, developing food education projects that reach out to local communities and give children hands-on opportunities to see how certain foods like watercress are grown and used in cooking.

Country Learning

Country Learning

fit2cook developed and ran a variety of food and farming projects in conjunction with Hampshire Country Learning (now The Country Trust) during the Year of Food and Farming. These “field to fork” projects for schools focused on learning about different locally produced foods - apples, milk, vegetables, beef and wheat.

Hampshire County Council

Hampshire County Council

fit2cook has run workshops and training courses for primary schools, pre-schools and Children’s Centres across Hampshire. We are an Hampshire County Council vendor.

The National Trust

The National Trust

fit2cook has run a variety of workshops for The National Trust at their Winchester City Mill giving children hands on experience baking with the mill's own flour.

The Pre-shool Learning Alliance

The Pre-shool Learning Alliance

fit2cook has run several training courses for the pre-school Learning Alliance showing their pre school leaders easy ways to bring cooking into the curriculum of under 5's.

The Southern Co-operative

The Southern Co-operative

fit2cook has worked with The Southern Co-operative for a number of years now as our main sponsor of The Create and Cook competition. They have helped us develop the Competition to schools and local food communities across the South.