Rotherham supermarket offers healthy eating tips for kids
HEALTHY eating parents should scoot down to the supermarket in an effort to get their kids cooking skills up to scratch.
Rotherham’s Tesco Extra store is once again hosting a series of pop-up cookery classes, in conjunction with The Children's Food Trust, to tackle gaps in cooking knowledge.
The pop up courses launched for the second time at the Rotherham Extra store last week, following the success of the courses in Easter and last summer.
They are for children aged between 5 and 11 and are running until Thursday (6).
Let's Cook, part of The Tesco Eat Happy Project, will help give children the cooking skills to create a variety of healthy, nutritious meals from fruity yoghurt cups to veggie fajitas as well as providing something educational, fun and free for children to do in the summer holidays.
The remaining cooking courses are set to take place on: Tuesday, August 4; Wednesday, August 5; Thursday, August 6.
So far 3,851 children from across the country have taken part in the free cooking courses.
To learn more about The Tesco Eat Happy Project, visit http://www.tesco.com/eathappyproject.
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