Munch Awards 2013
Who are the ‘goodies’ and who are the ‘badies’ of the kids food industry in the Munch Awards 2013?

It would be fantastic if you would get behind our Munch Awards 2013.  www.munchawards.co.nz.

The Munch Awards aim to raise awareness of the following:

  • What foods are good and bad for our kids
  • The techniques that advertisers use to promote unhealthy food to our kids
  • To recognise the adverstisements that promotes healthy food to children in a fun and appealing way
  • What kitchen products are good for our kids
  • The best of what parents have to say about kids food

We have just gone live with our site www.munchawards.co.nz and over the next month we will working through the nomination process for companies who fit the following categories.  We need your help to let us know who should be nominated.  Then on the 4th of October we need you all to vote in the ‘best’ and vote out the ‘worst’.

About the Munch Awards 20131

The Munch Awards aim to raise awareness of the following;

·         What foods are good and bad for our kids.

·         The techniques that advertisers use to  promote unhealthy food to our kids.

·         To recognise the advertisements that promotes healthy food to children in a fun and appealing way.

·         What kitchen products are good for our kids.

·         The best of what parents have to say about kids food.

The Awards give people a chance to have their say about the food industry in relation to our kids. In September 2013 the people and members of Munch have been nominating examples of the best and worst in the categories below.  Then in October 2013 the people who have visted our online site have voted.www.munchawards.co.nz.

The Awards give New Zealand parents a public voice in the fight against unhealthy food and drink promotions which directly target kids, which undermine parents’ influence. It also highlights those companies that are making and promoting great products and advice to our kids.

Our Munch Awards are kindly supported by Ecostore, The Gareth Morgan Foundation, Kiwi Mummy Blogs and Kiwi Families.

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