What happens if my child does not like the meal that is on the menu for that day?

What happens if my child does not like the meal that is on the menu for that day?

We believe that children learn best when in groups of peers, we use this strategy with vegetables and other foods as well. Our centres celebrate the importance of food and sharing meals together. Our cooks are important members of our team and we have designed our open kitchens to allow children access to communicate and interact with them every day. Building these relationships, hopefully improves the chances of the children trying new tastes and textures.

Often what they don’t eat at home they will eat at Bambini. We also encourage the children to have a taste of new and different foods. In extreme circumstances a meeting is held with the families to discuss your child’s nutritional needs.

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