Veg Power WILL RETURN in May 2021 with new challenges for all the family to enjoy!
Are you tough enough to ‘Eat Them To Defeat Them’ ?
Children and families will need pit their wits and skill against each other once more when the new Veg Power campaign launches across the UK on 31st May 2021.
Get involved here!
Vanquished all the Veg?
If you’re up for an even bigger challenge why not try these seriously scary recipes that we created with ‘Teaming Up For Health’ the Hull KR/Hull FC joint project supported by NHS Hull CCG.
Link to recipe cards as follows:
- Beastly Broccoli
- Creepy Carrots
- Monstrous Red Pepper
- Pernicious Peas
- Scary Sweetcorn
- Terrifying Tomato
- Crepuscular Cabbage
- Ruthless Roasted Butternut Squash
- Curmudgeonly Cauliflower
- Cunning Cucumber
About Veg Power
Veg Power is a campaign to promote the consumption of vegetables by children and their families. It is supported by activity packs distributed into schools and other childcare settings as well as through supermarkets and food banks.
The slogan is ’Eat Them To Defeat Them' and features activities and recipe ideas to reduce the ‘fear factor’ some children experience when eating new/different vegetables to those they are used to.
Each week will feature a rally cry around one of Britain’s family favourite vegetables.
We ask school caterers to lay out tasty sample dishes of each weeks veg. There are stickers to reward the kids who give them a try, and back home the kids will have a reward chart to encourage them to repeat and normalise eating that veg. Some schools really go for it!
If you are a children's centre, primary school or a school which caters for kids with special educational needs and you would like to take part, please contact Veg Power to register your interest. Contact Stephanie Douglas at email@example.com
- Week 1 - Tomatoes - 7th - 13th June
- Week 2 - Sweetcorn - 14th - 20th June
- Week 3 - Peppers - 21st - 27th June
- Week 4 - Carrots - 28th June - 4th July
- Week 5 - Peas - 5th - 11th July
- Week 6 - Broccoli - 12th - 18th July
During 2020, the Veg Power campaign reached over 25 schools and children's centres, and over 5,000 children in Hull. Those schools were as follows:
- Bellfield Primary
- Christopher Pickering Primary
- Chiltern Primary Academy
- Collingwood Primary
- Craven Primary
- Francis Askew Primary
- Ings Primary
- Maybury Primary
- Mountbatten Primary
- Newington Primary
- Paisley Primary
- Priory Primary
- Rokeby Park Primary
- Sidmouth Primary
- Southcoates Primary
- St James Primary
- St Mary Queen of Martyrs Primary
- St Vincent’s Primary
- Stockwell Primary
- Thanet Primary
- Thorpe Park Primary
- Wansbeck Primary
- Wheeler Primary
- Woodland Primary
- Wold Primary
Families who do not receive a hard copy of the activity book will still be able to take part by downloading an electronic version here.
The Veg Power activity pack can be downloaded here.
An outline of how the Veg Power programme works can be downloaded here.