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Notables® by Mission Nutrition are nutritionally-conscious, cost-effective and eco-sensitive pre-packaged grab-n-go breakfasts that are available to schools nationwide. With schools seeking innovative ways to ensure that their students begin the day with a nutritious meal, Notables has focused on offering products that transform school breakfast. All Notables breakfasts are packed in a fun, decorative meal […]
In 1993, Growing Power was an organization with teens who needed a place to work, while Will Allen was a farmer with land. Will designed a program that offered teens an opportunity to work at his store and renovate the greenhouses to grow food for their community. What started as a simple partnership to change […]
Sometimes less is more! Learn from Rebecca’s experience eating on $1 a day and how you can translate her tips and ideas into your daily life.
Ball State University professor and chef Lois Altman doesn’t just feed hungry people; she teaches others how to do the same. A graduate of the prestigious Culinary Institute of America and the Program Director of Ball State’s Hospitality and Food Management program in Muncie, IN, this teacher and chef volunteers each week at a local […]
Check out the delicious recipes he whipped up with help from his "sous chefs," Sara and Nicki!
Formed in 2004, the New York Coalition for Healthy School Food (NYCHSF) is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the health and well-being of New York’s students statewide by advocating for healthy plant-based foods (including local and organic where possible), farm-to-school programs, the elimination of unhealthy competitive foods in all areas of the school […]
Check out our interview with a teacher and her students who are getting a hands-on education in their school garden!
Yum-o! and the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) Announce 2009 Scholarships
(Chicago, IL) — Rachael Ray’s Yum-o! organization and the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) have announced their 2009 scholarship initiative aimed at providing funds to high school students committed to pursuing a career in the restaurant and foodservice industry.
Rainbeau Ridge, a “real and accessible” farm, is located in Bedford Hills, NY, forty miles northwest of New York City. In 2002, owners Lisa and Mark Schwartz set out to create a place where people young and old could feel at home, connect to the land, sense the awe of nature, gain a comfort with […]