Point Chevaliar's Banana Superheroes
The kids at Point Chevalier Primary stole the show at the Outlook for Someday Awards.
The Outlook for Someday Sustainable Film Awards are about celebrating young people doing amazing things. The challenge is to make a short sustainability-related film. It can be any genre, filmed with any camera, and any length up to 5 minutes. Anyone up to age 24 can enter, either individually or in a team.
Class 7 of Pt Chevalier Primary took home an award for their Fairtrade Banana Super Heroes Movie. Congratulations to all of those involved - the team at All Good Bananas are proud!
The Outlook for Someday. Check out the video below:
Julia Matthews is the founder and CEO of Two Islands.
We sit down with our co-founder Chris Morrison to celebrate all things Fairtrade.
All Good Bananas brought the first Fairtrade bananas to New Zealand, to empower New Zealanders to choose a better banana that supports the growers, their community and the land that we get our favourite fruit from.
Kelly Gibney is a Dish columnist and a wholefoods writer. She’s a true champion of all things delicious and All Good.
Molly Harriss Olson is the Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand CEO.
Ella Farrugia is a talented recipe creator and photographer, creating wholesome and delicious vegan eats.
Morgan Maw is the founder of Bonnie Goods, and she creates the most delicious oat cakes.
Late last year parents across the country voted All Good Bananas the Best Kids Food Product in New Zealand in the Munch Food Awards 2015. YE-HA!
You may recognise Keren Rego as sticker #15 from the All Good family sticker set. She is a huge Fairtrade advocate and was named the Fairtrade NZ supporter of the year in 2014. In April she came full circle, travelling to Ecuador to meet the banana farmers and kids from 5th of April School in El Guabo that she has done so much to support. We asked her to share her experiences.
We’ve teamed up with our buddies at Thunderpants to create New Zealand’s first underpants to fight food poverty.