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“It will inspire young minds and help children to learn more about where their food comes from, the effort that goes into producing it, and the importance of establishing ethical and sustainable farming practices now and long into the future,” said M&S Food MD Stuart Machin.
M&S Food is launching its first ever children’s book, Farm to Foodhall: The Magic Ingredient.
The book, published by HarperCollins Children’s Books, champions the commitment that M&S’ Select Farm partners have to building a more sustainable future by exploring the world of sustainable farming and helping children to better understand the source of their food.
“M&S Food has always partnered with Select farmers and growers that we know and trust to produce delicious food in a way that maintains our reputation for trusted value and protects the planet for future generations,” said M&S Food Managing Director, Stuart Machin.
“The stories within the book bring to life these relationships in a way that sparks conversations within families who we know are deeply concerned about the impact of environmental damage on future generations.
“It will inspire young minds and help children to learn more about where their food comes from, the effort that goes into producing it, and the importance of establishing ethical and sustainable farming practices now and long into the future.”
Juliet Matthews, Colour Publisher at HarperCollins Children’s Books, added: “We are delighted to have worked with Marks & Spencer on a truly collaborative project, creating a book that will not only entertain children but also deliver important learnings on sustainability and the journey of food from farm to foodhall.
“We have combined the best ingredients of HarperCollins Children’s Books – compelling, beautifully illustrated stories accompanied by engaging activities – with fabulous recipes from the M&S Chef team, to create a book for young readers that we hope will inspire long-lasting conversations about responsible farming and the joys of food prepared with care and love.”
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