Tilda Together Competition 2018

Tilda Together Competition 2018

At Tilda we understand the importance of offering great tasting, nutritious school meals together with educating pupils on where their food comes from.

Our Tilda Brown & White Rice brings together the taste and popularity of white rice with the wholegrain goodness of brown. Similarly, our Tilda Together schools competition aims to bring together LEAs, school caterers, teachers, parents and pupils to discover the benefits of growing fresh, seasonal produce to enjoy along with Tilda Brown & White Rice.

This year we’ve teamed up with Frances Tophill, gardener, author and presenter on ITV’s Love Your Garden, to help educate pupils on the benefits of growing their own fresh, seasonal produce and of course enjoying it as part of their school lunch, together with Tilda Brown & White Rice.

“When I visit schools that have got a veg garden, however small or big, the kids just love it. It’s a great opportunity for kids and young adults to try something they’ve never done before” – Frances Tophill – author and presenter on ITV’s Love Your Garden

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All you have to do is let us know in 80 words or less why you want to host a Tilda Together Day at your school for your chance to WIN^…

£500 cash for your school
A vegetable garden designed by Frances Tophill
A fun Tilda Together Day with nutritional talk from dietician Dr Sarah Schenker
25kg of Tilda Brown & White Rice
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Don’t miss out! Enter Today.

It’s so simple to enter, just complete the form below and tell us why your school would like to have a new vegetable garden and host a Tilda Together Day (in 80 words or less).

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^Full terms and conditions are available here.

^Open to bona fide UK-based school caterers only. Only one Tilda Together Day & Veg Garden can be won. Entries close 29.03.2018. The first 100 entries receive a 1kg bag of Brown & White Rice and a ‘Tilda Together’ themed recipe book.
†Source: The School Food Plan, The School Food Standards