This page is dedicated to people and organizations who are making an effort to improve the way we eat. From small local changes to big nationwide crusades, these guys get the thumbs up in our book!
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YUM-O! empowers kids and their families to develop healthy relationships with food and cooking.
This earthy, nutty recipe will satisfy a crowd.
You've got to try this delicious and hearty corn and fish chowder!
This tasty side goes with a variety of meals.
LaLa Lunchbox is a meal planning app for kids and parents that takes the stress out of lunch planning for families and empowers kids with their meal decisions. Kids select foods for their meals with fun monsters, colors and sounds (and a completely customizable Food Library) and those choices turn into a handy grocery list for parents.
Start planning meals with this deliciously simple app!
FoodFight's mission is to revolutionize the way we eat and think about food. Using schools as a platform, FoodFight arms teachers, students, and school staff with the tools and knowledge they need to make healthier choices and become role models and agents of change for their families and communities.
Learn how you can start revolutionizing food education at your school.
Inspired by her years of experience working within the local food system as a farmer, farmers' market manager, community educator and good food activist, farmer-educator Monica Irwin founded Budding Farmers on the premise that all kids should know where their food comes from and why they should be eating healthy food.
Discover how Budding Farmers is helping children and their families develop an appreciation and understanding of agriculture and healthy food that will last a lifetime!
The Kids’ Safe and Healthful Foods Project, a collaboration between The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, provides nonpartisan analysis and evidence-based recommendations to make sure that all foods and beverages sold in U.S. schools are safe and healthful.
Learn more about how the Kids' Safe & Healthful Food Project is promoting safe and healthy school foods now.
Farmers Against Hunger (FAH), a program of the New Jersey Agricultural Society, was started in 1996 as a way to enable farmers throughout the state of New Jersey to contribute their extra produce to those in need.
Learn how New Jersey farmers are ensuring that fresh, healthy produce is available to all!