Frequently Asked Questions

A plant-based diet is a “healthy lifestyle a well planned, plant based, vegan friendly diet that supports healthy living in people of all ages”, according to the British Dietetic Association (BDA). Children who are raised on healthful vegan diets have a reduced risk for heart disease, cancer, obesity, diabetes, and other conditions.

Refined wheat is enriched with vitamins and contains little to no nutritional value on its own, as well as being pro-inflammatory; around half a million people in the UK are undiagnosed as Coeliac. We prefer crafting colourful, nutritionally balanced, and non-inflammatory food to people instead!

These nutrients are surprisingly easy to obtain with a plant based diet! Protein is commonly found in beans, lentils, and peas – and without the cholesterol of animal fats. Iron is found in your leafy greens like kale, and calcium is found fruits, seeds and vegetables like broccoli! B12 is easily found in nutritional yeast!

We make sure the child has a generous sized portion so they can eat until their tummies are content! Research indicates that carbohydrates are what fill people up, and we will make sure that every child gets enough energy so they can learn and play enthusiastically all day!

Absolutely! Please contact us on so we can work together to understand your child’s individual dietary needs and get them a hearty and nutritious meal.