School food programs can also serve children’s critical social and emotional needs.
School food programs should be key elements of governments’ COVID-19 responses. In planning these, the relationships that are part of providing food matter.
Do you know what your child is eating at school?
Obesity crisis: pizza, pastries, chips, donuts, cookies, hot dogs, and burgers – just your average school lunch.
Farm-to-school programs aim to bring healthy, local food into schools, foster food literacy and enhance community connectedness
New research will examine how the emerging farm-to-school movement can support local food systems, as well as providing healthy lunches for children.
In Rome, 70 per cent of ingredients in school meals are required by law to be organic. In Brazil, food is a constitutional right for children. Canada lags shamefully behind.
There would be many benefits from a national school food program, including a chance to teach children healthy eating habits that could last a lifetime. Why can’t it happen?
With obesity affecting so many students, it’s better to give them cheap, appealing food and drink choices at school.
School garden projects are becoming hugely popular. Over 25 percent of public elementary schools include garden-based learning. Do these gardens improve the education and health of young people?
Children struggle to learn when they’re hungry.
Ghana’s school feeding programme has reached millions of children in the past 11 years. It does important work, but needs more support to grow and become sustainable.
School nutrition programmes help reduce the risk of children developing obesity.
Tiger Brands Foundation
In-school nutrition programmes can reduce the chances of children suffering from childhood obesity.
When Jamie’s School Dinners first aired in early 2005, it launched Britain’s secondary schools as a key battle ground for politicians, professionals and campaigners keen to improve young people’s diet…