Nude Food get peel of approval
STUDENTS at Mossman Primary School celebrated National Nude Food Day yesterday by bringing a healthy lunch to school without the use of extra wrappers.
All food and drinks were stored in recyclable containers with no additional plastic, paper or foil.
As part of National Nutrition Week from October 14-20 October, Nutrition Australia once again embraced Nude Food Day yesterday in order to bring to the community positive messages about healthy food and drink choices, and protecting the environment.
Nutrition Australia’s theme “Healthy Food; Healthy Planet; Water-Tap into it!” fits well with the messages for Nude Food day.
Mossman Primary School teacher Bev Gwynne said they take part in National Nude Food Day because “it’s an easy and fun way to promote our health and the health of our planet”.
“It gets our students involved in their food choices,” she said.
ENJOYING THEIR NUDE FOOD: Mossman Primary students, Jaymee Burcombe, Brayden Jones and Reagan Crees