Nude Food get peel of ap­proval

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SCHOOLS -

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

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