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Eating right and staying active: the secret to getting in shape!

EATING RIGHT AND STAYING ALIVE: THE SECRET TO GETTING IN SHAPE!

As part of our project to develop sustainable growth with a positive impact, the Group has always prioritized the welfare of future generations through plant-based foods. A recent example is a new program developed by the Louis Bonduelle Foundation and the Russian association League of Dreams, which seeks to educate children about the importance of a balanced and plant-based diet.

 

HELPING CHILDREN ADOPT NEW EATING HABITS

Since 2004, the Louis Bonduelle Foundation has been active in seven countries around the world, where it promotes changes in food habits and healthier eating. As a supporter of scientific research and numerous local projects, it was bound to cross paths with the League of Dreams association, which developed ANO, a program for rehabilitating children with limited physical capacities with creative activities and sports, including alpine skiing, rollerblading, water sports, and rock climbing. For more information: https://www.fondation-louisbonduelle.org/ru/

A CULINARY FESTIVAL FOR PLANT- BASED FOOD

To promote both healthy eating and an active lifestyle, the two associations have developed a culinary festival for plant-based foods—a fun and educational idea to help children acquire new eating habits, while winning free sports classes (skiing, rollerblading, and rockclimbing)!

NOW YOU TOO CAN PREPARE THE IDEAL PLATE!

The name of the game is to prepare a dish based on the "ideal plate for a healthy diet", as spelled out in our white paper. The menu features vegetable and plant-based foods, which are needed to address global challenges and fulfill the recommendations of the World Health Association (WHO). A wonderful event where the first 50 participants won three days of sports!

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