Schoolchildren received a lesson on making sandwiches inspired by cuisine from around the world.
Pupils in Reception and Year 1 at Charlton Manor Primary School in Indus Road learnt about where different ingredients come from in a workshop hosted by Asda Charlton.
The ingredients included French cheeses, Spanish cured hams, ripe avocados for a taste of Mexico and freshly baked British bread.
The group were also encouraged to complete a world food worksheet, asking them to draw the different ingredients and identify which country they came from.
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