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Eco-diet launched in Camden

PUBLISHED: 16:20 16 February 2009 | UPDATED: 15:56 07 September 2010

A SCHEME to give residents a healthy diet made with environmentally-friendly food has been launched in Camden. The Good Food For Camden campaign supports four community projects by helping them promote healthy food. The projects are running at Haverstock

A SCHEME to give residents a healthy diet made with environmentally-friendly food has been launched in Camden.

The Good Food For Camden campaign supports four community projects by helping them promote healthy food.

The projects are running at Haverstock School in Chalk Farm, the ZAD Community Cafe in Somers Town, the Calthorpe Project in King's Cross and the SOAS Food Co-op.

Haverstock School's head of geography, Sunil Collett, said: "This money will allow more than 200 children to get involved in growing their own food.

"Teaching children about food is vital to help them to stay healthy.


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