School Nutrition

Giving Matters
12:00 am
Sat August 24, 2013

Kids Culinary Arts Equips Children With Life-Skill

Cheryl Senter

Kids Culinary Arts teaches kids cooking and nutrition during after school programs, vacations and summer camps. The organization works in school districts and towns to get kids cooking and eating healthy foods. Matthew and Nicole Heiter, 11 and nine years old, have become experienced hands in the kitchen. Their mother, Lauren credits Kids Culinary Arts.

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12:36 pm
Wed November 28, 2012

New Nutrition Standards For School Lunches

New school meal standards hope to sway American children away from unhealthy foods, which have led to 32 percent being overweight and 17 percent obese.
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3:00 pm
Tue September 18, 2012

More N.H. Farmers Selling To Schools

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Farm-to-School programs are expanding across New Hampshire, according to a new report, but the cost of local food is still a barrier for many schools.

Stacey Purslow of New Hampshire Farm-to-School says the number of farms selling food to schools has tripled to 60 over the last three years. She says schools are buying a wider variety of products.

Purslow: We started out with apples in New Hampshire but now they get tomatoes, and cucumbers and lettuce, and corn and broccoli, and cabbage and potatoes and eggs and maple syrup and beef.

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