UK: Sainsbury’s gets kids cooking
UK chain Sainsbury's is reportedly launching a campaign called Active Kids Get Cooking next month.
It is designed to provide schools and children with free cooking lessons, recipe ideas and equipment, through vouchers awarded for every GBP10 spent.
The supermarket retailer was not available to comment.
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