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2003 Children's Food Awards Winners

2003 Children's Food Awards Winners

SICKLY SWEET
Presented by Dr. Robyn Toomath, Fight the Obesity Epidemic
Kellogg's Froot Loops

SALTY SUPREME
Presented by Green MP Sue Kedgley
Maggi Two Minute Noodles

CLEANEST GREENEST FOOD
Presented by Judith Stanley Dyer, the Parents Centre
Breastmilk and Organic Fruit and Vegetables (first equal)
Received by La Leche director Rosemary Gordon and Erin Beatson, Plunket

FULL O' FAT
Presented by Sarah Crawford, dietician
McDonalds fries

BADVERTISING BANTER
Presented by Green MP Sue Kedgley
McDonalds School Advertising and McDonalds Sarah Ulmer (runner up)

GE GENIE
Presented by Stasi Turnball, MAdGE
Inghams Chicken Nuggets and Milo (first equal)

CHEMICAL COCKTAIL
Presented by Jacky Pearson, Safe Food Campaign
Coca Cola

BEST BREAKFAST
Presented by Matire Glover, Maori Women's Welfare League
Harraways Porridge and Weet-bix
Received by Harraways CEO Stuart Hammer and Sanitarium Product Manager
Jeremy Dixon

NUTRITIONLESS NIGHTMARE
Presented by Sarah Crawford (dietician)
Kellogg's Froot Loops and Bluebird Dunkaroos (runner up)

FUNKY MUNCH
Presented by Allison Roe
Fruit in season
-Received by 5+A Day General Manager Paula Dudley

LABEL FABLES
Presented by: Sarah Crawford (dietician)
Starburst Fruitfuls

TERRIFIC TUCKSHOP
Presented by Richard Klein, Slow Food Movement
Parawai School (Thames) principal Brian Sheedy
Te Puna School (Tauranga) principal Mike Scadden
Rudolph Steiner School - Raphael House (Lower Hutt) principal Rodney
Evans
Received by Parawai School and Raphael House, certificate to be posted to
Te Puna School

http://www.greens.org.nz/campaigns/safe-food/foodawards.htm

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