By THE NATION
Leading company Nestle’s exhibition at the TCN featured its scientific knowledge and expertise, highlighting the company’s continuous improvement of healthier and tastier products for all stages of life as well as promoting exercise education programmes.
The company hosted a lunch symposium to share the progress of the “United For Healthier Kids” programme with students, lecturers, nutritionists, dieticians, and health professionals to inspire them to promote nutrition and encourage positive health behaviours among Thai children in a sustainable manner.
Various activities relating to nutrition for health and quality of life for individuals and families were provided for visitors and included a demonstration of how to make pocket sandwiches and Thai mackerel onigiri. Children can get involved in making these recipes as they are easy to prepare. All family members can enjoy them as the recipes are tasty as well as nutritious, covering five food groups.
Kanokthip Prinyarnussorn, Nutrition, Health & Wellness Group Manager for Nestle (Thai), presented an update on the progress of the United for Healthy Kids (U4HK) project.