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.
Say hello to springtime with this delightful, wholesome meal!
Far Eastern flavors add an exotic touch to tender steak and noodles.
This catch of the day is reading for dipping!
This is the easiest ever (and super delicious!) lamb supper – it can even be prepared as a make-ahead meal!
The Lunch Box is an online toolkit with "Healthy Tools For All Schools," packed with solutions at your fingertips. You can use any of these free tools to transform your school food into healthy and delicious food for all children, at every school.
Start making positive change happen at your school!
Bettina Elias Siegel is a writer who is passionate about school food reform. Her blog, The Lunch Tray, initially launched as a journal of her school food reform initiatives in Houston, TX; it now draws readers from all fifty states and as many foreign countries who are interested in children and food and the relationship between the two – as Bettina sums it up, people who are interested in “kids and food, in school and out.”
Join the conversation at The Lunch Tray!
Serving families in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, The Matthew Project seeks to address the problem of food insecurity and food insecurity with hunger by providing one hot meal every evening to those who find themselves in need.
Learn how you can replicate The Matthew Project in your community!
Dix Hills, New York high school student Matthew Klinger is putting research into action in his local community. After reading their research on making fruits and vegetables more appealing to young children, Matthew created a study along with researchers at the Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs to find out if there would be an increase in student consumption of broccoli when the name was changed.
Find out the results of Matthew's research!
The PB & J Fund connects Charlottesville, Virginia youth with the resources and knowledge necessary to help develop a healthy diet. By working with community partners to provide healthy meals and teach cooking habits, it aims to address kids' nutritional needs at each stage of development.
Learn how the PB & J Fund's website is connecting youth with community members and resources to empower them to develop a healthy diet.
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