Over the next two years, the 62 WITS chefs will reach all 1,200 public schools in NYC. The chefs have already begun training cafeteria staff, sampling recipes with students, and teaching students how to make the lunches.
Teens for Food Justice is tackling food insecurity in New York City through school-based hydroponic farming systems.
The benefits of growing food in school gardens have the potential to extend far beyond the classroom.
Community initiatives advocate for more halal options in K-12 schools to meet student needs and address food insecurity.
A three-year grant program established by the Chef Ann Foundation helps schools serve sustainable and scratch-cooked meals.
When the COVID-19 public health emergency ends July 15, 2022, millions of U.S. college students will lose crucial food assistance programs like SNAP.
The global population consumes about US$9 trillion of food each year, but the external cost of that food is more than double that—US$19.8 trillion.
Meet 29 organizations bringing food literacy to the classrooms and communities across the United States and Canada.