For years, cookbook writer Sally Sampson had wanted to write for children. No one was interested.
But by 2010, the time was right. Alarm over rising rates of childhood obesity was reaching new heights, as was awareness of the importance of cooking and eating real foods, not just for children, but for whole families and communities. Sampson seized the moment, launching ChopChop, a cooking magazine for children.
And in the three years since, she has transformed a simple idea — that getting childre...
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