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Want to help ensure that every young person has access to healthy and nutritious food, no matter where they live? Join our movement to stay up to date on our campaigns and how you can make sure your voice is heard.

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Spill The Beans

It’s time to #SpillTheBeans! The Bite Back Youth Board spent much of the summer chatting to students from all over England, asking them: what are you really eating at school?. And we have heard some shocking insights. 

Poor school food has an impact on our performance, threatens our health and creates more inequalities among students. School is the only place where we can make absolutely certain all children, no matter where they live, are getting a decent meal.

 

Spill the Beans Report
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Don't Hide What's Inside

Our new report which shows how big food businesses are manipulating young people into believing their products are healthy — when really, they’re packed with salt, sugar or fat.

Free School Meals Campaign

Fighting for a permanent solution for Free School Meal provision in the holidays for 1.4 million eligible children.

In 2020, almost 450,000 people signed Christina’s petition and the campaign has had an estimated media reach of 21 million. Christina and her fellow Youth Board Members Dev and Anisah were featured on BBC6 and BBC News at Ten, The Mirror, the Daily Mail, Channel 5 News, Sunday Times, London News Online, ITV London, Radio 2 Jeremy Vine and also Good Morning Britain, to name a few.

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The 9pm TV Watershed

After months of campaigning by our incredible Youth Board, in July 2020 the Prime Minister announced tough new measures on how and when junk food can be advertised.

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