Good Guys cook up healthy storm with Maiden Gully primary students

MAIDEN Gully Primary School students swapped their pens for spatulas and text books for juicing machines as part of Jamie's Food Revolution Day last week.

The event - hosted at the Good Guys Bendigo - aimed to get children excited about food and cooking healthy meals. 

As part of the day, the business gave away an appliance refresh pack, containing a blender, juicing machine and sandwich press, to a school involved in the initiative.  

Good Guys Bendigo owner Danny Clapp said the appliances would enable the winning school to create simple and healthy lunches from scratch. 

"The pack contains everything a student needs to make a delicious, healthy and nutritious lunch using commonly available ingredients," he said.

Schools across the world celebrated Jamie's Food Revolution Day - which promotes the importance of cooking healthy food and raising awareness of the impact of health and happiness.  

To learn more about Jamie's Food Revolution Day visit

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