About the registry

The VegKIT resource registry is a searchable database of projects, resources and research that promote increasing vegetable intake in children. It is designed to be used by health professionals, educators, researchers, people working in community or public health to explore, plan, develop and evaluate existing or future initiatives.

All materials included in the registry have been reviewed for alignment with the best practice guidelines and evaluated for effectiveness by an independent expert panel.

Find initiatives

 

Submit initiatives

Research institutions, community, public health, NGOs and early and primary educators are encouraged to submit initiatives with the central focus of increasing vegetable intake in children. Included materials will reach a wide audience increasing contributor exposure, inspiring ideas for future projects and reducing duplication.

Initiatives will be independently assessed by an expert panel using a global rating and then uploaded to the resource registry.

Submit initiative

 

Join the expert panel

Do you have expertise in public health, child nutrition and/or nutrition promotion?

If so, we'd like to invite you to consider joining our panel of experts to review the quality and effectiveness of research and initiatives being included in this VegKIT registry.

Join the panel