Exciting news peeps the nominations for Munch Food Awards are now open for 2015. Get nominating now and have your say on the food industry and your kids.
Parents and whanau are key in keeping their children healthy, and it is easy to shift the blame to them for the growing obesity epidemic. However, our kids are constantly targets for junk food ads, whenever they switch on the TV, walk down the street, surf the internet, or even go out to play sport. It’s tough for parents!
Nominations open for Munch Food Awards
The Awards give parents and whanau a chance to have their say about the food industry in relation to their kids. Parents have a voice through the Munch Food Awards nomination and voting process. We want to know what you think.
Jump in and get nominating here and tell us what you think about the goodies and baddies of kids food.
The Munch Food Awards aim to raise awareness of the following areas.
- The best of what parents have to say about kids food
- Foods are good and bad for our kids
- Techniques that advertisers use to promote unhealthy food to our kids
- Recognition of advertisements that promote healthy food to children in a fun and appealing way
- What kitchen products are good for our kids
Who are the judges of the Supreme Award?
We are so pleased with the line up for our Judges panel for the 2015 Supreme Award. We have Brett McGreggor our first New Zealand Masterchef winner, Professor Cliona Ni Mhurchu from The University of Auckland and Claire Turnbull a familiar voice on Newstalk Zb. Please read more about our judges here.
The judges will decide the Supreme winner award 2015 after all the ‘peoples votes’ have been counted.
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