We give children the opportunity to experience the joy of fresh vegetables and fruits.  We believe learning about food should be more carrot, less stick.


Fully funded access for UK Primary Schools currently available.

TastEd (based on the Sapere method) is a form of sensory food education that delivers the National Food Strategy recommendations.

TastEd is the official U.K. wing of Sapere, a method of taste education which has been used with great success in many European countries for decades.

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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 and parents with the support and resources to do this.

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.

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‘It smells like a sweet water melon. It looks like half of a head’. Some more amazing tomato similes from a child in a TastEd lesson. https://t.co/4ru0n4YDVV
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@PenfoldNursery: 'It's like a hedgehog!' Penfold Nursery explored their sense of touch with a variety of fruits in their #TastEd lesson #foodforthefuture @TastEdFeed @KitchenBee @PrincesTrust @ClarenceHouse @jimmysfarm @SheilaDillon @ey_Inspiration1 @NurseryWorld @HughFW @earlyyearsorg @ https://t.co/SmXYhDf9HO
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‘When you eat it, your lip gets spicy’. A child (year 2) describing the sensation of RADISH in a TastEd lesson.
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‘It looks like a dagger. It looks like a log and the outside is sweet’. A child describes a carrot in a TastEd lesson. https://t.co/qSIQjoydaP
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Have a listen to this insightful @Foodafactoflife talk, where the wonderful @tastedfeed advisor and nutritionist @georginechikchi explains how pupils can benefit from and learn about world foods and cuisines.

https://t.co/jbpXxbl0xq
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