Date: November 10, 2020
Description: Changing the way children and teachers eat in preschools and schools is challenging. In this webinar, we will present how we can use procurement, menu planning and economics as tools to support this change. Communication, as well as the goal- and result management are important parts of this aim, too.
Speaker: Karin Lundell is the head of public meals and municipality kitchens in preschools, schools and elderly care, in Strängnäs municipality, Sweden.
Karin Lundell holds a degree in dietetics from the University of Gothenburg. Since 2016 she works as head of public meals in Strängnäs, a municipality close by Stockholm. Karin Lundell has had a great interest in sustainable development regarding food and public meals for many years. Her focus is on the challenge of changing the way our children eat in preschools and schools – reducing the amount of meat and increasing the number of vegetables, according to the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development.
Webinar Moderator: Malin Skinnars Josefsson is a food service dietitian with long experience in planning public meals both in hospital and elderly care homes. She defended her doctoral thesis on foodservice and nutritional care in Swedish elderly care. She is a University lecturer at Uppsala University. Malin Skinnars is an active member of EFAD where she leads the ESDN Foodservice committee.
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