229 days ago

Homemade food

Center Manager from Greta Point - Active Explorers

Our whànau at Greta Point Active Explorers are always greeted with the smell of amazing cooking each morning.

Yesterday, our tamariki had homemade wholemeal matariki bread with cheesy homemade baked beans.

It smelt and tasted good!

All Jo's cooking meets the guidelines for GOLD healthy heart and her food is a big hit with our whànau, tamariki and staff.

Having a center that provides a full menu service, means less stress for whànau in the mornings (no lunch boxes!) it also means they are confident their tamariki are eating a diet that meets healthy heart guidelines.

It's is something we are very proud of here at Greta point.

Have we all enjoyed this short week??

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