kidz kitchen involved in science week

An award-winning Nantwich company has been chosen to feature on the BBC1 programme Rip Off Food which is presented by Gloria Hunniford.

KidzKitchen, run by Wybunbury mums Tracey Cooke and Gill Fox, will be showing viewers across the UK how to make simple, healthy breakfasts for children.

The show, which includes filming at Cheerbrook Farm Shop in Nantwich, will be shown on Wednesday March 26 at 11am on BBC1.

It includes school children from Wybunbury Delves, The Berkeley in Wistaston, Malbank and Brine Leas schools making breakfasts from scratch and rating their recipes.

Local parents were also interviewed to test their knowledge of breakfast cereals including what they contain, as well as calories and portion size and sugar content.

Tracey Cooke, co-founder of KidzKitchen, said: “We know you’ve heard it before, but breakfast really is the most important meal of the day – especially for your child.

“A healthy breakfast can be made quickly and easily and doesn’t have to be expensive.

“In fact, making your own breakfast from scratch will often prove less expensive than buying cereals.”

KidzKitchen runs healthy eating and cookery classes for schools, work at food festivals around the UK and run cooking sessions for charities and community groups.

They were recently voted the Best Start Up Business of the Year by Cheshire East Council at the South Cheshire Chamber Business Awards.

They also won the Dabber’s Den competition which is run locally to find the most promising new business in Nantwich.

To find out more about KidzKitchen; visit their website

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