Pupils get their teeth into food economy

Pupils from Largoward Primary School
Pupils from Largoward Primary School
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Pupils from two schools in Levenmouth were given the chance to learn about where their food comes from in a recent visit to a local supermarket.

The pupils, from Largoward Primary and St Agatha’s Primary in Leven, spent time at the Tesco store in Cupar, where they had food tastings and learned about the origins of food such as fish, cheese, fruit and vegetables.

The pupils from St Agatha’s were also treated to a visit to Langraw Farm near St Andrews where they enjoyed seeing all the animals thanks to Carole Brunton, coordinator at the Royal Highland Education Trust.