Fruit Heroes recently conducted a survey of 1,000 British parents which revealed that there is a lot of confusion and misleading information about sugar and the nutritional guidelines have changed so much they don’t know what to feed their kids anymore! The recent report revealed that a staggering 84% of parents are concerned about their child’s diet and according to some of them at least fruit is bad for you and crisps count as one of your 5-a-day.


To help address some of these concerns, Fruit Heroes are inviting customers to log onto to participate in a live Facebook Webchat with nutritional expert, Dr Sarah Schenker. Registered Dietician and Nutritionist, Dr Sarah, will be answering concerned parents questions about diet and nutrition. Fans are encouraged to send their questions for Dr Sarah in a private message on Facebook or email Fruit Heroes directly at

Michael Hjertebjerg from Fruit Heroes said: “Our recent research study has highlighted that there is a huge amount of confusion amongst parents about what to feed their children with mixed messages coming from every angle. At Fruit Heroes, we want to help parents make healthy and informed decisions about their children’s diet and nutrition. We hope this webchat with Dr Sarah will give parents a platform to share their questions and concerns and will clarify messages for them.”

Dr Sarah Schenker is a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist. She is a member of the British Dietetic Association, The Nutrition Society, and The Association for Nutrition and The Guild of Health Writers and has served on both professional and government committees.

Creating products that have natural and healthy ingredients at their heart, Fruit Heroes fruit bars are the perfectly delicious snack, which celebrate the fresh flavours and goodness of fruit. Dedicated to quality and taste with a big love for fruit, Fruit Heroes source only the best natural ingredients from around the world for its inspiringly delicious and nutritious recipes.

Join healthy snack producers Fruit Heroes and Dietician and Nutritionist, Dr Sarah Schenker in a live web chat. Dr Sarah will be talking all things diet and nutrition, aiming to address the confusion and concerns around children’s health.

A recent study conducted by Fruit Heroes revealed that 84% of British parents are concerned with their child’s diet. The national healthy eating guidelines are so clear that they are leading some parents to believe that fruit is bad for you. Fruit Heroes want to set the record straight and address these concerns.

Dr Sarah Schenker will host the live web chat on the Fruit Heroes Facebook page Wednesday 29th July. To have your question answered, email



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