Michaela drops in for cheesy chat
TV PRESENTER Michaela Strachan gave a cheesy chat to Ipswich schoolchildren. The presenter of the BBC's Really Wild Show visited Copdock Primary to tell children cheese can be part of a healthy diet.
TV PRESENTER Michaela Strachan has given a cheesy chat to Ipswich schoolchildren.
The presenter of BBC's Really Wild Show visited Copdock Primary to tell children cheese can be part of a healthy diet.
In her role as Detective Cheese Inspector, Ms Strachan is fronting a bid by the British Cheese Board to make school meals healthier.
"Lots of children are not getting as much calcium as they should be," said Ms Strachan. "Some of them don't get much at all and that will cause them distress when they get older.
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"I have been finding out what the children have for lunch and whether they are getting a balanced diet, and telling them how important calcium is. It is particularly vital for growth and it tastes great."
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