Nude Food Day is proudly brought to you by Nude Food Movers. Launched in 2010, Nude Food Movers are the healthy, environmentally friendly lunch box solution to plastic packaging and wrap. Nude Food Movers created Nude Food Day to educate our kids on being healthy and looking after our environment.
Smash is the parent company for Nude Food Movers, and thinks Nude Food Day is awesome!
Nutrition Australia is a non-government, non-profit, community based organisation that aims to promote the health and well-being of all Australians. Nutrition Australia runs a proactive health initiative, National Nutrition Week every year.
They also love helping kids learn about healthy lifestyle and sustainable programs!
Keep Australia Beautiful is Australia’s leading grassroots environment organisation, with more than 45 years’ experience in changing behaviours and attitudes concerning litter and recycling. It is Australia’s largest face to face schools environmental education service provider teaching more than 70,000 students each year. KABNA has been delivering environmental education in schools for over 2 decades, this includes face to face workshops, tailored year round activities and excursions. This impact is leaving a strong legacy of more environmentally aware and responsible young adults.
Eco Schools is a program for environmental management and certification, designed to implement sustainable development education in schools by encouraging children and youth to take an active role in how their school can be run for the benefit of the environment. It employs a holistic, participatory approach, combining learning and action, thus providing an effective method for improving the environments of schools and producing actual awareness raising and behavioural change in young people, school staff, families, and communities.
Crunch&Sip® is a set time for children to re-fuel with vegetables or fruit and rehydrate by drinking water in the classroom. Designed to increase consumption, the program encourages children to bring an extra serve of vegetables or fruit for this break on top of those packed in the lunchbox, and leave a water bottle on their desk to access throughout the day.
Schools in Western Australia and New South Wales are able to register and become certified, however schools across Australia can access information from the website and commence the program in their classrooms.
Fresh Tastes is a free ACT Government service that helps primary schools make healthy foods and drinks a bigger part of everyday life for Canberra’s kids. Fresh Tastes schools have access to financial grants, discounted services, professional learning, curriculum resources and incentives from partners to achieve their goals.