On September 26, SERHS FOOD Educa participated in the meet up intercluster of healthy family habits, organized by KID’S CLUSTER and INDESCAT, a cluster of children’s and sports products respectively, in collaboration with the Hospital Sant Joan de Déu. A total of 50 representatives of companies and organizations related to the sports, food, childhood, family and health sector participated in the convention. The objective was to detect the challenges related to children’s healthy habits and work together to create new opportunities in the food sector from a cross-cutting and holistic perspective.
Attendees participated in the session generating knowledge to promote healthy habits in children. Challenges and opportunities related to good eating, physical-sports and health habits in children and families were detected, and co-designed strategies and initiatives to initiate the change in the business sector towards a state of physical, mental and social well-being .
In the dynamic “Healthy habits in family” companies contributed different reflections and perspectives to address the initiation of lines of work and explore new opportunities to carry out future projects. Current issues were taken into account such as the growing concern of families for the quality of food and for the practice of sports activities, the increase in childhood obesity, poor eating habits, rest ailments linked to low activity physical … The main objective has been to promote the creation of new products that promote healthy habits in families to spread health, emotional and social values in physical and sports practice. The plan promotes acquiring food routines for children in their daily lives.
SERHS Food Educa has been managing school canteen menus for 40 years and currently they serve more than 30,000 daily menus, giving priority to the individual satisfaction of each child, food safety, healthy nutrition and sustainability in restoration management. Thanks to all the baggage obtained for so many years, SERHS Food Educa provided an objective and professional vision of the sector.