The Caroline Walker Trust is dedicated to the improvement of public health through good food. Established in 1988 to continue the work of the distinguished nutritionist, writer and campaigner Caroline Walker, the Trust is a charity which undertakes specific projects, funded by grants and donations.
A major part of our work is to produce expert reports which establish nutritional guidelines for vulnerable groups – including children and older people.
Every year the Trust hosts a keynote lecture by leading figures in the field of food and public health, and announces awards for people who demonstrate a commitment to improving public health through good food. With its various activities, the Trust provides a unique forum for people in science, government, industry and the media as well as professional, consumer and voluntary organisations concerned with food, nutrition and public health.
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