As they won the EU Mini Chef’s drawing contest out of a broad European selection, the children of the Scoala Cu Clasele I-VIII Nr. 3 school from Radauti in Romania were invited in Brussels to receive a prize from the European Commission, in partnership with Euro-Toques International (ETI). On 19 October 2007, the entire winning class visited Mini-Europe after having spent the previous night in the Atomium. This initiative, organised in the margins of the first European Parliamentary Symposium on Diet and Health, is part of a general European campaign aimed at promoting healthy food and cooking in Europe and combating obesity. The EU Mini Chefs' action demonstrates that eating healthily can be fun and inexpensive.
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