Gilbert Scott Primary School children have a go at blind tasting at Cricketers Harvester restaurant
9:00am Thursday 25th October 2012 in News
School children took part in a fun-filled practical session about fruit and vegetables in New Addington.
Staff at the Cricketers Harvester restaurant teamed up with a chef to teach 30 pupils from Gilbert Scott Primary School about the importance of their five-a-day.
Children learned about the origins of freshly prepared vegetables and then had a go at blind tasting different types of vegetables.
Manager of the Cricketers Harvester, Mick Rutt, said: "The session was a fun way to get the children talking about why their five-a-day is so important "It is part of Harvester’s mission to bring out the best in the local community by encouraging people of all ages to come together."
For more information about Harvester School Visits, please visit harvester.co.uk/youngguests