Over the years Resource Futures has developed specific expertise in eye catching and innovative roadshow materials specifically designed to encourage public interaction at events.
At Resource Futures we believe in the power of face-to-face interaction, particularly roadshows to affect positive behavior change. Using fun and informative materials such as displays, games, leaflets and giveaways we regularly deliver roadshows to encourage audiences to engage and learn something new.
The following roadshow resources are available for you to buy, to enhance the effectiveness of your food waste reduction/Love Food Hate Waste communication campaigns and events.
The Wheel of Food – based on an original concept by Waste Watch and developed by Resource Futures for WRAP, the Wheel of Food features the WRAP Love Food Hate Waste food lovers. The arrow is spun and will stop on one of the food lovers, either pointing to a ‘storage’ or ‘recipe’ heading. Cards featuring related, multiple choice questions are read to the member of public for them to choose the answer. The answers are in fact all true so in all cases the participant will learn something new or have current food waste behavior or knowledge endorsed. To view the full product specification, click here.
Know Your Onions! Guess how much food we waste - is a giant sized card game and is ideal for interaction with adults and children alike. It has instant passer-by appeal and provides an innovative way of getting roadshow attendants to guess and learn how much of key food types we waste each year in the UK. Participants learn about food waste and identify personal actions for shopping, storing and cooking with Love Food Hate Waste in mind. This game is available in two formats - on a free-standing easel and as a table-top display. To find out more about this great roadshow resource, click here.
Perfect portions – is an interactive resource that is based on the popular ‘guess how many items are in the jar’ competition you often find at fairs. It invites members of the public to guess how many people the quantities in each jar would feed, with the correct answers given on flip-open panels at the bottom of the display unit. This game gives an opportunity to engage with residents and discuss correct portion sizes to help them plan portions and reduce food waste. To find out more about this informative roadshow resource, click here.
Call Sally Scholefield on 0117 914 3447 or email her to discuss the products or your specific roadshow needs.