The fourth in a series of reports in which the National Consumer Council (soon to become part of the new agency Consumer Focus) rate the UK’s top eight supermarkets on how they help their customers shop, cook and eat more healthily. The ratings are based on the salt content of supermarkets’ own-brand foods, front and »
FSA signpost labelling; independent living skills; food, health and homelessness; size discrimination; Aberdeen Foyer; Drumchapel Life; Tullochan Trust; Shotts Healthy Living Centre.
Free School Meals Bill; small grants scheme 2005; study tour to Wales; SCOFF nutrition research; Bridgend Farm; Harvest for Health; Orkney Association of Youth Clubs; Confidence to Cook; Question Time; Food Train; Healthy Scotland Convention
Discussion of cooking skills courses attended by practitioners who were about to set up courses, were already doing so or were keen to build on previous work in the field.