Moreish And Kater4kidz Host Healthy Cookery Workshops In Primary Schools
Moreish, Maxol’s has teamed up Kater4kidz to bring its series of children’s healthy cookery workshops to national schools across the country, according to a statement it issued today (22 March.) Th...
Moreish, Maxol’s has teamed up Kater4kidz to bring its series of children’s healthy cookery workshops to national schools across the country, according to a statement it issued today (22 March.)
The fresh food brand and Kater4kids have already held a series of workshops at it Moreish cafés across the country and have recently launched into national primary schools with the aim to teach young people 'important cookery skills.'
Dermot O’Toole, head of retail & marketing, the Maxol Group said, "This healthy initiative shows there is a demand for healthy cookery workshops such as Kater4Kidz in schools. We are delighted to be part of the Kater4Kidz partnership, which encourages children to eat well and cook delicious recipes.
"Moreish ‘Fresh Food at Maxol’ brand is all about healthier alternatives and fresh, tasty ingredients – all of which are available in-store at Maxol Mace around the country.” O'Toole added.
The most recent workshop took place at Adamstown Educate Together National School where the students made broccoli and cheese bakes as well as flapjacks.
Speaking about the school workshop, Tom Moriarty, Principal of Adamstown Educate Together National School commented: “We are delighted that Moreish and Kater4Kidz have visited us today at Adamstown Educate Together National School. It is essential that young people are educated from an early age on the importance of a balanced diet.
"Preparing a meal from scratch can be great fun and gathers all ages around the table. We hope that our students learn from today’s cookery workshop and replicate these lovely recipes for their families at home.” Moriarty added.
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