BiteBack 2030 has launched its new #DontHideWhatsInside Campaign
The campaign targets food companies that make it very difficult for consumers to understand what has gone into food by using misleading labels and confusing nutrition information.
You can get involved! Taking part in the campaign is simple and will help keep up the pressure for more accurate food labelling:
- Step 1 - take a photo of a misleading label
- Step 2 - post the picture to Instagram Stories, including the hashtag #DontHideWhatsInside, and tag @BiteBack2030
The Bite Back youth board will vote on the submissions, and will crown the UK’s most misleading label!
In other news ...
DfE has updated guidance for schools on free school meals during school closures. First port of call is always your school caterer. If your caterer is unable to support, the voucher scheme is explained and DfE has settled on £15 per child per week.
Last week Team SFM went on a shopping trip to see what we could buy for £15 to provide five delicious meals during school closures.
It appears that the Department for Education is tasked with reviewing the value of Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM) so for those yet to understand the benefits of the ground-breaking policy, here's a little refresher.