Cuna de Platero difunde la alimentación cardiosaludable con la entrega de frutos rojos en el hospital Juan Ramón Jiménez
Cuna de Platero promotes the heart-healthy diet with the delivery of berries at the Juan Ramón Jiménez hospital
April 26, 2018
Cuna de Platero acerca la cuarta edición de su programa de educación alimentaria “Fresayunando” a 2.500 niños

Cuna de Platero brings the fourth edition of its food education program “Fresayunando” to 2.500 children

– Students from five schools will receive training on healthy eating, physical exercise and fruit consumption

– Berries are the protagonists of this campaign, which has the collaboration of Cajamar Caja Rural

Cuna de Platero today inaugurated the fourth edition of its food education program “Fresayunando. The healthy breakfast of Platero Cuna”, in which more than 2,500 children from different schools will participate.

According to the Chairman of the company, Mr. José Manuel Márquez Gil: “It is an initiative already consolidated with which we transfer to students the importance of having a healthy diet, exercising and the consumption of fruits and vegetables, among which our berries are protagonists”.

With the collaboration of Cajamar Caja Rural, Cuna de Platero takes this educational program to five schools in Moguer and its surroundings: Pedro Alonso Niño, Virgen de Montemayor, Zenobia, San Juan Bautista and Las Salinas Children’s School. “Our intention is from the beginning of their lives, these children value the importance of having a good diet, where fruits have a prominent place. This will strengthen your health”, said Márquez. Fresayunando is also aimed at the educational community and parents, “so that what we teach today goes further and stays in their classrooms and in their homes.”

In addition to the lectures, the children receive didactic units adapted to the student’s age, with which through their protagonists – Teresa the strawberry, Fernando the blueberry, Flora the blackberry and Adelita the raspberry – discover the healthy properties of berries. It is also given a cookbook of healthy dinners and a backpack.

The inauguration, which took place at the Pedro Alonso Niño School in Moguer, was attended by its director, Mr. Manuel Fernández, and the person in charge of the Growing in Health program, promoting healthy lifestyle habits in Andalusian teaching centers, Mrs. Aurora González; the coordinator of the Fresayunando program, Mrs. Mª Ángeles Batista; and the director of the office of Cajamar Caja Rural in Moguer, Mrs. Rocío Domínguez.

This initiative will be developed throughout May and is one of the actions of Social Responsibility of the company with its social, environmental and economic environment.

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