We know Woolworths call themselves Fresh Food People, but why?
Well year 5 and 6 primary school students across Goulburn now have the chance to find out.
Woolworths has a digital Fresh Food Kids Discovery Tours program where students will be able to use AR and VR activities to take a virtual tour of a Woolworths store.
Woolworths Goulburn Store Manager Nathan Edwards said students would learn how fresh food is grown and meet some of the farmers who supply fruit and vegetable to their stores.
"We're committed to helping Goulburn families make healthier and easier decisions when it comes to their lifestyles," Mr Edwards said.
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"A big way we can do that is by educating younger Aussies about where food comes from, the food production process, Aussie suppliers and growers, and the need to support a sustainable future.
"Our new program achieves all this using technology to create a fun learning experience.
"Doing it online also enables teachers to bring the curriculum virtually to life, even if students are learning from home.
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"Students can discover the importance of how their fresh food makes it into local stores, and helps them build a healthier relationship with fruits and vegetables."
At the moment, the program is only available for students in their final two years of primary, but it will be open for the younger years from early 2022.
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