Thoughts for June 2014

Making the new food standards work

I applaud the government’s newly announced Revised Standards for Food in Schools. There’s obviously been a lot of work gone into developing and testing these, and by and large, they’re eminently sensible. The standards have been devised to make a difference to the health of future generations and to tackle the growing problem of childhood obesity. Can […]

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School caterer suggests food standards be part of Ofsted

Steve Quinn of Cucina praises new school food standards but calls for greater accountability Praising the government’s revised school food standards which were announced last week, the head of a UK secondary school catering company has called for the government’s revised school food standards to be linked to a ‘rigorous system of accountability’. Writing in […]

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Wessex gold for Cucina Head Chef

Stockley Academy’s Dean Wentworth wins gold and silver at Salon Culinaire event Cucina’s Dean Wentworth, Head Chef of Stockley Academy, Middlesex has won gold and silver medals at Wessex Salon Culinaire, organised by The Craft Guild of Chefs and held at Brockenhurst College, Hampshire on May 28 and 29 2014. The event is one of the […]

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