Do your little ones fancy trying the new Kids’ Actimel yoghurt drinks? Pop a free six-pack in your next shop and they can give them a whirl.
Won’t eat their greens? Can’t eat gluten? Obsessed with ham sandwiches? Children have all sorts of needs and demands when it comes to food.
In our latest survey, parents said their children were more likely to eat food they’d chosen themselves. The trick is making sure it forms part of a healthy, balanced diet.
That’s where you – well, your little one – can help. We’re looking for junior food critics to taste our food and tell us what they like. Continue reading
Midsummer in Sweden is so much fun for friends and foodies – and now you can take part in the UK too. I’m a Swede living in London, so I’d like to tell you why you should join in and how.
The Midsummer festivities always fall on a Friday, although thousands will be celebrating tomorrow instead. We gather around 1 o’clock – usually with the same bunch of friends every year (tradition is very important) – and kick things off with a long lunch.
The meal is actually pretty similar to Christmas. Think lots of herring, salmon and potatoes. The difference is that, this time of year, you’re sitting down with your buddies rather than your family. The food is always delicious, and everyone contributes something.