Looking for Logos
Investigate the information on food packaging, looking out for Food scheme Logos and begin to think what these symbols mean. Read more.
Tin Can Detectives
Oh no! The label has fallen off the tin of food!
Can you help to find out what is inside?
Your Vote Counts!
Design a food and farming logo for your own standard. Then put it to a vote-the class, school, or even the whole school community! Read more.
There is a wealth of information on some food packaging as it tries to speak to the customer, but are we impressed by this and just what does it tell us? Read more.
Too Much Information!
Food packaging/labels have increasingly more information on them, but does anyone know what it all means? Read more.
Green Milk, Blue Milk!
A survey focused on one product, namely milk, but looking at labels across supermarkets. Read more.
Regions are proud of the food traditionally being made or produced in that place. Now there are logos to protect the foods against imitation to help farmers, producers and consumers guarantee the authenticity of traditional foods. Read more.
Making logo tiles
Children look at the food logos they are learning about and reproduce these on clay tiles. Read more.
Ugly fruit - great taste, less waste!
Recently it has become possible for supermarkets to sell mal-formed fruit and vegetables again after relaxation of certain EU regulations. This saves waste from food that would otherwise have been rejected by sellers. Read more.
Children design and make a simple board game based around going around the aisles at a supermarket, progressed by a spinner or dice roll. Read more.
Global Logo Bingo
Children discover the vast array of Farm assurance logos globally-all being used in an attempt to help consumers understand and trust the way that their food is produced. Read more.
Children are encouraged to think what ‘food miles’ means. Children work out distances food ingredients have travelled in two similar meals. Read more.
Egg Box investigation
Children make comparisons of eggs produced in different ways. Present a variety of egg boxes before children with different logos and descriptions of how they were produced. Read more.