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

What is our aim?

TastEd is a group of educators, writers and campaigners working to change the way that food education is taught in the U.K. and beyond. Our aim is to help build a generation of children who have a wider palate for healthy foods, especially vegetables and fruits, and a positive relationship with food and their own bodies.

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What do we do?

TastEd offers a system of fun sensory food lessons based on the Sapere method, which has been used with great success in many European counties for decades. In Sapere lessons a child learns to respond to many different foods – mostly vegetables and fruits – with all the five senses.

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What is TastEd?

Latest News

TastEd and Veg Power

Earlier this spring, when it was hard to imagine we would now be in lockdown, the TastEd team was thrilled to collaborate with Veg Power on the launch of their 2020 schools programme. Veg Power is an organisation on a mission to get British children to eat more vegetables – a goal shared by TastEd. […]

TastEd Fun and Games for Families at Home

The Easter holidays have come early for many families. In the wake of coronavirus, so many of us are self isolating at home, going a little crazy behind closed doors, wondering how to fill the hours and weeks until children go back to school. Here are a few fun and cheap ideas for some TastEd […]

New Year’s Resolutions

  Happy New Year from TastEd! This is the season of diet resolutions.  As individuals, many of us are resolving to eat less of this or that food. But what if some of that spirit of change could be applied in a more positive and social way to helping children learn about food in schools?  The […]

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RT @VegPowerUK: URGENT APPEAL: With most of the food services sector closed, good seasonal veg is at risk of going to waste. @VegPowerUK ar…
RT @BiteBack2030: "Like 1.3 million other children in the UK, I get free school meals. For many young people they are, put simply, the diff…
Have you noticed that cereal boxes often have pictures of fresh fruit on the front even though there are no real berries inside? Why do you think this is? This is from one of our new, free home learning packs. Find out more and download them all here. https://t.co/0JFMppAtDq https://t.co/fU7p8Rmk3j
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RT @SAfoodforlife: Recent stats show how millions have made changes during COVID-19, such as buying food more locally and eating seasonally…

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RT @wash_uks2: They look fabulous! You are doing a wonderful job of looking after them. I can't wait to see them when they have grown. @tas…