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This lesson is designed to encourage students to think about where our food comes from and how far it has travelled.

Students need food cards which have a photo of food on one side and what it is/where it comes from on the reverse (photocopy food cards sheets back to back and cut up in envelopes) so that they can design their own menu. There is a wide variety of foods with enough choices for all diets and any cards can be omitted for religious reasons.

They then map where the food came from and measure the distance travelled to work out the total number of food miles. Results are often very surprising!

Resources:
Food cards which have a photo of food on one side and what it is/where it comes from on the reverse (photocopy food cards sheets back to back and cut up in envelopes)
Royalty free map
Presentation for lesson with extension tasks
Table to record food miles

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