Children had a hands-on lesson on Fairtrade products during a day at the supermarket.
Sainsbury’s in Ryhall Road, Stamford, invited youngsters from Ryhall Primary School to the store to learn about sustainable farming.
They were told about Fairtrade products and how they help farmers in developing countries.
They were then given a shopping list of Fairtrade products and send into the store in groups to fill their baskets.
And as a reward for their hard work the pupils were allowed to make banana, chocolate and marshmallow kebabs.
Year 3 teacher Dawn Jesson said: “It was a super morning. We had a great time and the children learned a lot from it.
“It’s our first time at Sainsbury’s but we hope to work with them again.”