Joyful Fruit Day (May 11, 2017)

According to the World Health Organization, adequate fruit and vegetables intake regularly can reduce the risk of developing heart diseases, stroke and cancers. However, an earlier local survey showed that barely over half of primary school students had the habit of consuming enough fruit regularly. As such, the Department of Health organised the annual "Joyful Fruit Day" event to promote daily fruit eating habit at schools. The " Joyful Fruit Day" was successfully held in our school in May. On that day, fresh fruit such as mangoes, apples, organs, bananas and pears were distributed to students of all levels. The excitement and enjoyment exhibited by students when consuming the fruit was encouraging and we hope this positive response will continue to impact our youth and become an everyday routine that will benefit a lifetime.



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