• Thanks to those schools that completed the short online survey at the end of last year.  Your participation in these surveys allows us to tailor our communications to best suit your needs.   We enjoy your feedback and are delighted to know that 97% of those surveyed are extremely happy or very happy with the KickStart Breakfast programme. We thought that we would share some findings with you: KickStart Breakfast continues to be about more than simply providing breakfast to childre...
  • Our thoughts and prayers are with our KickStart Breakfast club members and all those who have been personally affected by the Christchurch earthquake tragedy. Both Fonterra and Sanitarium continue to work with the Civil Defence and other charitable organisations to ensure we are providing the right support to meet the needs of the local community. Fonterra tankers and a large milk train filled with water have worked in conjunction with City Care in Christchurch to ensure that watering stations a...
  • As you may already be aware, Beatrice Faumuina has taken the opportunity to become Chief Executive Officer for BEST Pasifika Leadership Academy and Foundation.  The foundation’s vision is to; educate and foster future Pasifika leaders of business and community life for Aotearoa. Unfortunately, due to time commitments within the new position Beatrice has had to relinquish her KickStart Ambassador role. The team at KickStart Breakfast are excited for Beatrice and can foresee the positiv...
  • We all know that a nutritious breakfast gives us a kick-start to our day.  This is especially true for our children who eat breakfast on a regular basis. Because children are so active throughout the day and also grow so quickly, they need to eat foods that are good sources of carbohydrates, fibre and proteins all of which can be found in the goodness of Anchor Mega milk and Weet-Bix. Children only have small tummies, so they need to eat highly nutritious meals and snacks to enable them to ...
  • KickStart Ambassador Beatrice Faumuina has been having a wonderful time visiting schools and meeting all the passionate champions.  We would like to say a big thank you to Birdwood School breakfast club in Auckland, who took a creative approach when studying nutrition by sending Beatrice thank you food pyramids.  Thanks also to Kaitao Middle School in Rotorua who sent in this inspired note after a visit from our Beatrice; “Beatrice is committed to getting the message across about...
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