For years I have been saying that it doesn't take a rocket scientist to support Farm to School because of its common sense solution to serving local h...
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We, the voting public, need to find our voice and let our elected officials know that child nutrition in general -- and the National School Lunch Program in particular -- is a priority.
Is it possible to get someone to care about food? To put time into learning how to cook? And are the reasons a kid should care about food any different from why an adult should care about food?
With the popularity of locally grown vegetables soaring, a new Web site hopes to make it easier for chefs to find farmers in their area and have produ...
The Child Nutrition Act, which expires Sept. 30, determines what more than 30 million children eat at school five days a week, 180 days a year, making school meals a critical entry point for improving children's health.
Giving our kids healthy fresh foods at school stands to set an example of how to form lasting eating habits that can truly have a positive impact on their health.
Local food systems -- including farm-to-institution programs -- can mean real money for local farmers, local food processors and local/state economies.
Food needs a piece of that seven billion dollar pie. For fortunate Americans, food is as much a source of entertainment as it is nourishment. Yet desp...
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