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Which Fruits Would Be Good in Your Salad?

In this unit from the Nuffield Primary Solutions in Design and Technology, students design and make a bowl of fruit salad to share with the other children in the class. Students need to consider the look, feel and taste of the fruit salad so that it matches the requirements of the group, as revealed by their own research and recorded in their specification. This resource introduces the sensory evaluation of food and how to use everyday cutting tools in the production of a simple food product. This resource can be downloaded either in full colour or in grey-scale so that the most appropriate version can be selected for print.

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