Getting kids growing with Food for Life & Pukka Herbs

We are excited to announce that Food for Life has teamed up with Pukka Herbs for a second year and 40 lucky nurseries and schools have received a raised herb planter, complete with seeds, compost and a set of resources designed to kick-start their herb growing journey, alongside a years subscription to the Food for Life School Awards programme.

The project forms part of the ‘Know Your Organic Roots’ campaign which Pukka have launched with the Soil Association in a joint commitment to 1% for the Planet, a global network of businesses and not-for-profits, working together for a happier, healthier planet.

The herb planters will be donated to the recipients in time for Food for Life’s Grandparent Gardening Week (1 - 5 April), a nation-wide programme of events that sees schools and nurseries working with grandparents, family members and local volunteers to rejuvenate growing spaces in time for spring. Combining the two initiatives will create intergenerational links between the children and older relatives, providing opportunities for the children to discover their own roots through growing with their grandparents.

Click here to find out more about how Pukka Herbs are giving back 1% to the planet.

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"Since day one, our mission has been to drive conservation through commerce, benefitting people, plants and the planet. We are therefore committed members of 1% for the Planet, donating 1% of our annual turnover to environmental initiatives. With this in mind, we are delighted to team up with Food for Life helping to highlight the incredible power of plants to children and grown-ups alike, contributing to a world in which plants play a central role in human health and well-being."Sebastian Pole, Co-Founder of Pukka Herbs

"We are delighted that Pukka are supporting Food for Life’s work, creating opportunities for children to discover the joy and health benefits of growing that we hope will extend far beyond this project."James Cashmore, Director of Food for Life

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