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Schools struggle to feed kids healthy food (CNN)

LSchools struggle to feed kids healthy food CNN Newsroom daily from 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m. ET for on-air coverage and join in the discussion here on Eatocracy. ALL COVERAGE (CNN) -- Dana Woldow issues a challenge to every member of Congress: "Try school cafeteria food in your district. Then see if you continue to

By |November 30th, 2015|Categories: Design, Promotions, Style|0 Comments

Cantaloupe Recall Due To Listeria Expands To Pre-Cut Fruit Salads

L The FDA just announced another recall in connection to the listeria outbreak in cantaloupes that has been blamed for at least 18 deaths and 100 illnesses since August. This time the potential suspect is a growing segment of the grocery market — those pre-cut chunks of cantaloupe that get mixed in with various other

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School Lunch 2.0

LSchool Lunch 2.0 Oakland Headed for a School Food Overhaul By Sarah Henry Jennifer LeBarre, Oakland Unified School District’s nutrition services director, has a dream. Looking ahead 10 years,lebarre_1 she imagines visiting the district’s central kitchen where fresh food is prepared from scratch for all district campuses using organic produce from the onsite farm. Each

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Michelle Obama, Wal-Mart partner on healthy foods program

LMichelle Obama, Wal-Mart partner on healthy foods program By Ylan Q. Mui, Nia-Malika Henderson and Perry Bacon Jr. Washington Post Staff Writers Thursday, January 20, 2011; 11:22 PM Just a few years ago, President Obama refused to shop at Wal-Mart. But his wife now has other ideas. First lady Michelle Obama joined executives from the

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Connecting the Dots: GMOs and Our Food Future

LConnecting the Dots: GMOs and Our Food Future The recent New York Times editorial, which argues against labeling genetically modified foods (GMOs), is shocking in its shortsightedness. The thrust of the argument is that GMOs pose no risk to consumers; the editorial reads, “there is no reliable evidence that genetically modified foods now on the

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Mother And Daughter Team Launch Scrumpt, An Easier Way To Pack A Healthy School Lunch

LA new wave of startups, including companies like Blue Apron, Plated, HelloFresh and more, have been catering to consumers looking to cook healthier meals at home, but lack the time to shop and source the right ingredients. Mother And DaughterTeam Launch Scrumpt, An EasierWayTo Pack A Healthy School Lunch News Video Events Crunchbase Trending 

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Bay Area students hawk unhealthy and illegal junk food on campuses

LOAKLAND, Calif. - Not allowed to officially have a job at a young age and in dire need of cash, a number of middle and high school students are turning up their entrepreneurial – but unhealthy and technically illegal – efforts, starting pop-up junk food shops on campuses in the Bay Area and beyond. Last

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More Bay Area schools try to solve the riddle of how to whip up fresh, healthy low-cost school lunches

LIn the kitchen at Oakland’s Ralph Bunche High School, fourteams of culinary students are sauteing, simmering and searing bite-sized chunks of antibiotic-free chicken, in a culinary challenge as riveting as any reality TV cooking showdown. Simply stated, their goal is to create the ideal school lunch, and solve the riddle that many school districts face

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Free summer meals provided to Santa Clara County students when school is out

LWhile summer may signify school’s out for students, it also means some might go without regular nutritious meals until they return to class in the fall. Children in Santa Clara County ages 18 and younger can receive free meals during the summerfrom multiple locations. Various programs within the county are in place through nonproæts, community

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Low-Income Students and School Meal Programs in California

Summary School nutrition programs help improve nutrition among vulnerable children. In so doing, they help build a better future for these children and the state. Now that California is implementing the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), there is additional reason to make sure all students who are eligible for free or low-cost meals enroll in

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