Healthy food is joie de vivre & attitude to life

With fresh and regional products, whenever possible from organic farming, we want to bring this feeling closer to the children. Therefore, we attach great importance to the fact that our own cook prepares fresh meals every day. The safe handling of knives and forks is just as important to us as the respectful handling of food.

FIT KID certification for Villa Luna Düsseldorf Bilk
Essential components of a healthy lifestyle are the regular provision of balanced meals and eating together. A wholesome meal and the quality of the nutrition also influence the physical and mental development of children. In our daycare center, we therefore attach great importance to a relaxed atmosphere during shared meals and offer catering that corresponds to the current findings of nutritional science by putting the „DGE-Qualitätsstandard für die Verpflegung in Tageseinrichtungen für Kinder“ (“DGE Quality Standard for Catering in Daycare Facilities for Children”) into practice.

This is documented by the FIT KID certification, with which we have been awarded by the „Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ernährung (DGE)“ / German Nutrition Society.

The following criteria were checked as part of the certification process:

  • Food: lunch catering (optimal food selection and requirements for the meal plan).
  • Meal planning & production: criteria for planning and producing meals for lunchtime catering, design of the meal plan
  • Living environment: general conditions in day care facilities for children (e.g. dining atmosphere or meal times)

Quality is assured in the long term through annual inspections.
The certified offer is marked with this logo:

Physical exercise

Movement plays a central role in development, especially in childhood: children discover themselves and their material and personal environment through movement and make it their own through the body and the senses. Movement also serves the child as a means of expressing his or her feelings and as the most important form of communication through which the child can enter into dialogue with his or her environment in the pre-linguistic phase.

On this basis, we try to make everyday life as “moving” as possible: The children have every opportunity to move around a lot, both in the group and outside. In addition, we visit the gym with the children several times a week, where they can live out their urge to move both under supervision and freely.