Taste Education


We help schools and nurseries to deliver taste education, to give every child the opportunity to experience the joy of fresh vegetables and fruits.  We believe learning about food should be more carrot, less stick.

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In the UK 79.1% of 5 to 10 year olds eat fewer than 3.5 portions of fruit and veg a day.
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Every child deserves taste education to help them learn to enjoy the foods their body needs and reach their potential in life.
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We provide schools with the support and resources to do this.

We’re currently offering FREE TEACHER TRAINING to all schools that sign up to be part of TastEd.  There are limited spaces available so get in touch now!

What is TastEd?



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What is Our Aim?

We’re a charity aiming to revolutionise the way Food Education is taught in the UK, so that taste education becomes a basic aspect of every child’s knowledge.

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What do we do?

We offer teachers support, training and resources to deliver a range of simple, classroom based, taste education lessons that are tailored to UK curriculum.

Latest Tweets


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@PenfoldNursery: The children were very careful when cutting the pumpkin from our veg patch for their pumpkin soup, the especially loved tasting it! Some of the children said it tasted 'sweet' and 'tasty' @BBCFood @tastedfeed @KitchenBee @SchoolsGardens @SAfoodforlife @SoilAssociation https://t.co/Ji1NwqsKNH
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@FFC_Commission: Real food, fresh and minimally processed food, hand prepared food – what’s the best term to capture the kinds of food we should be eating? @kitchenbee story from @tastedfeed student re: ‘real’ peach vs. peach flavoured things shows how important it is that we get this right.
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‘TastEd is the perfect antidote to ultra-processed food’. @JoLewisSA of @SoilAssociation responding to @KitchenBee lecture.
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@wash_fs2: Apple and Cherry Tree Classes have been busy threshing leek seed heads to get next year's leek seeds.They also topped up the compost bin and enjoyed guessing the different names of the squashes we have harvested @SAfoodforlife @tastedfeed @foodexplorersuk @GurpinderLalli @hughfw https://t.co/o03jQbpR29
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@wash_fs2: Apple and Cherry Tree Classes collected peas and strung up our 'Double Red' sweetcorn to dry out to use for next years seeds @foodcrops @foodexplorersuk @food_foundation @VegPowerUK @tastedfeed @Foodafactoflife @SAfoodforlife @EcoSchools @BBCFood @GurpinderLalli @VitalSeedsUK https://t.co/BooUfPVjMI
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