Children’s Retro Vitamin D-iner


Vitamin D Mission launch pop-up restaurant to help parents top-up their children’s vitamin D intake

The Vitamin D-iner is a retro American diner-style children’s restaurant, which caters to those with a taste for vitamin D. Serving food and drinks rich in the ‘sunshine’ vitamin, the pop-up 1950’s airstream offers mums and dads the chance to top-up their child’s intake with a menu designed especially for kids.

From the 23rd to 25th April, children under five visiting Brent Cross Shopping Centre ,London are offering the chance to enjoy delicious meals that are rich in vitamin D. From wild salmon fish cakes to egg-rich cheese and ham quiches, strawberries dipped in chocolate and rice krispies for desert, the menu aims to delight, with a capital ‘D’ – vitamin D, that is.

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The Vitamin D-iner is brought to you by the Vitamin D Mission, a new health awareness campaign that aims to eradicate vitamin D deficiency among the UK’s under-5s, aiming to provide parents with more details about the important vitamin.

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As well as serving meals rich in vitamin D, the restaurant will be serving-up a smorgasbord of information to mums and dads to help raise awareness of the importance of vitamin D for children.

Parents can book sittings on the day by speaking to a member of staff. The Vitamin D-iner will offer six meal sittings per day over its three-day residence at Brent Cross:

·      11:00 – 11:45

·      12:00 – 12:45

·      13:00 – 13:45

·      15:00 – 15:45

·      16:00 – 16:45

·      17:00 – 17:45

Who: Vitamin D Mission – public health campaign

What: Vitamin D-iner: Retro American diner-style pop-up restaurant for under-5s serving vitamin D rich food and drink

When: Wednesday 23rd, Thursday 24th and Friday 25th April 2014

Where: Centre Court, Brent Cross Shopping Centre Shopping Centre, North London, NW4 3FP 11am – 5pm

For more information on the Vitamin D Mission and to take the online test to estimate how much vitamin D your child is getting visit

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