Get Set to Eat Fresh

1.2 million young people Get Set to Eat Fresh with Aldi and Team GB’s Brownlee brothers

Olympic athletes Alistair and Jonny Brownlee have joined forces with Aldi to pledge their support for Get Set to Eat Fresh, an ambitious educational programme set to improve the eating habits of 1.2 million young people in the UK by 2020.

Get Set to Eat Fresh is a nationwide education programme for young people aged 5-14 years-old. It builds on the success of Get Set, the official youth engagement programme of Team GB and ParalympicsGB, and has already reached more than 400,000 young people since its inception in 2015.

The programme is brought to life by Team GB athletes, inspiring students about the benefits of healthy eating by developing the skills required to cook fresh, healthy food.

Following increased demand from schools, 2017 will see the programme expand its reach to include younger pupils aged 5-7 years-old, ensuring healthy eating habits are introduced at an earlier age. New activities supporting the Science, Geography and PSHE curricula are provided for primary age groups.

Team GB Triathlete Jonny and Alistair Brownlee aka The Brownlee Brothers visit to Yeadon Westfield Infant

Team GB Triathlete Jonny and Alistair Brownlee aka The Brownlee Brothers visit to Yeadon Westfield Infant School.

The Get Set to Eat Fresh website will host video content providing insights into athlete nutrition as Team GB stars discuss their eating habits. Teachers will also be able access free, fun and engaging curriculum-linked resources about healthy eating. Schools can also win exclusive Get Set to Eat Fresh goodies, including signed aprons! Just share your story on our website for a chance to win.

To register for free today, visit http://bit.ly/2jm778s

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