ASIA’S FIRST BOOK ON THE FUTURE OF FOODS FOR CHILDREN

The Australian Football Association (AFA) has unveiled the world’s first book on the future of food for children, focusing on the role of food in the development of the child.

The book, titled The Future of Food for Children, will be released on Friday.

The AFA launched the book in 2016 and was originally planned for publication in 2018.

“The world is changing,” said the AFA’s chief executive, Brendon Ingle.

“We’re seeing a new generation of children starting to eat and learn from the foods they eat, and the impact they’re having on the world.” “

The book will look at the future food production and consumption, the challenges facing the AFFA and how to best use that information to address the challenges faced by children. “

We’re seeing a new generation of children starting to eat and learn from the foods they eat, and the impact they’re having on the world.”

The book will look at the future food production and consumption, the challenges facing the AFFA and how to best use that information to address the challenges faced by children.

Ingle said that the AFCA was “focusing on the children in the future” to highlight the role food can play in children’s development.

He said the book will also examine the impact food has had on people, including the changing role of people in the economy and how that is changing, with some areas of the economy being hit especially hard by the global economic downturn.

Ingles said the books aim to help parents to “learn to cook for their children”.

He said parents who were working in retail, catering or food service could “look at what their children are doing on the weekends” and try to get them interested in the products they were eating.

Ingled said the work of the AFS was being supported by the National Food Science Centre, which was helping to run the research.

“It’s all part of the research project to understand what the future looks like for our children, and how they can play a role in the changing economy,” he said.

The research will be funded by the Australian Science and Engineering Research Council (ASEC).