Kicking-off a new initiative to train kids in the importance of safe and healthy food and drink, the Government is looking to train 500,000 families to “give back to society”.

The Government is inviting all parents to apply to help out with the initiative, which will start in January and run for six months.

The aim is to “ensure families are not only supporting their kids, but they are also giving back to the community”.

“If you are thinking of applying, then please email us your details so we can find out more about what your family is doing to support others, and why,” the Government said.

“If your child is in school or a registered carer, they are eligible to receive training.”

The Government’s first training initiative for the food chain was launched in 2017, with the aim of training 500,0000 people to help “give the community back”.

The Government said the training would give people the skills to help make healthier choices for themselves and their families.

The program aims to equip 50,000 children aged from six to 14 to make healthier and better choices in a bid to prevent foodborne illnesses.

It is one of a series of initiatives aimed at providing healthier and more environmentally-friendly options for young people.

The Department of Health said the Government was aiming to have 300,000 young people aged 18 to 24 working in the food industry by 2020.

In the past, the food sector has seen a rise in the number of cases of food poisoning in children and young people as a result of unhealthy food.

Health Minister Sussan Ley said the initiative would be an opportunity for people to make a difference and help prevent more food-borne illnesses among young people, especially among children.

“What we are trying to do here is not just to make sure our children get the right advice, but to make it easier for them to make decisions about food, about the health of their family,” she said.

This is a government-funded initiative and the Government will use $100,000 to train and support 50,064 people in the community to make better choices.

If you have any questions about the Government’s program or want more information, please contact the Government at 1800 523 442.

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