Amy Roberts is a school food champion. The award-winning director of nutrition and food development at Holroyd Howe is behind a number of schemes to make
The diets and health of young people have dominated headlines over recent years, as well as being the driving force behind initiatives and legislation from government.
Fourteen years after Jamie Oliver launched his campaign to banish turkey twizzlers from school canteens, education caterers continue to pursue innovations to teach students about balanced diets and explain why they should be eating one. At the forefront of these efforts is Amy Roberts, Holroyd Howe's director of nutrition and food development, Acorn Award recipient and winner of the Foodservice Healthy Eating Champion Catey in 2018.
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